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Ford 4.6L V8 Intake Manifold Replacement
Complete instructions for intake manifold swap on 4.6l Ford V8 engine. It
is easy! I got new Dorman 615-175 to replace stock OEM part. Each step was
relatively easy but there were a lot of steps. Took me 6 hours total for
removal and repair. The Dorman part came with new thermostat and O-ring.
Also had new alternator bracket as old one could not be used. This part is
improved over original OE as has O-rings for all ports so a gasket is not
needed. No more leaking coolant. Fits 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006,
2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Crown Victoria and other Ford, Lincoln, Mercury
V8 motors such as Mustang,
Explorer, Expedition, Grand Marquis, Town Car. The 5.4l truck and
Expedition should be similar.
Lincoln Town Car Coolant Leak Repair - 4.6 SOHC Composite Intake Manifold
Our 2002 Lincoln Town Car started to overheat on me the other day and I
found out I had a pretty substantial coolant leak. After checking all the
normal stuff, like the radiator, hoses, etc... I thought it might be the
composite intake manifold. The real problem ended up being the tube from
the water pump that goes under the intake to the back of the engine. It
had rusted over time and developed a couple of pin holes. I did manage to
get it all fixed up for now. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for
Ford 5.4L 2v Engine Intake Gaskets P0171 P0174
These are the intake gaskets I recommend-(check fitment guide)
Water crossover Gaskets should also be changed-
If you are leaking coolant from the intake it is likely cracked here is an
ideal replacement-(check fitment guide)
In this video I show in detail how to change the intake gaskets on a 5.4L
2v for the all too common vacuum leak concerns. This will likely set codes
P0171 P0174 for a lean condition which may only be present on a cold
Intake Torque Spec- 18in lb then tighten to 18ft lb in sequence.
Intake Torque Sequence-
Clearing DTC's and learned fuel trims-
How to Seafoam your Crown Victoria.
This is applicable for all 4.6L engines with the NON heated PCV valve on
the passenger side.
This is shown on a 2002 Crown Victoria.
I am just against putting this in either the crank case or the gas tank. I
don't like diluting this product in any fashion with either 5.5 qts of oil
or 19 gallons of fuel.
The next day the level in that tub was so close to the same I can't measure
2000 Lincoln Town Car 4.6L Intake Manifold Part 1
Click the above link to find the Intake Manifold for your vehicle. In this
video we'll show you how to replace the Intake Manifold on a 2000 Lincoln
Crown Vic magnaflow exhaust
My 2003 P71 Crown Vic revving the Exhaust and playing around. Engine mods:
Original 4.6 pi v8, Professional Products aluminum Typhoon intake manifold,
Steeda 1/2" intake spacer, C&L RPM upper intake plenum, BBK 70mm throttle
body, Helex Power Tower throttle body spacer[for 01-04 Mustang gt] ported to remove
restrictive inner swirl to match TB opening & the plenum, K&N cold air
intake, Accel ignition coil packs, Summit Racing bracket racer underdrive
pulleys, Superchips performance programmer 1725 w/raised & firm shift
points, and 2.5" custom cat-back dual Exhaust w/h-pipe into Magnflow mufflers[pretty
mellow, no drone]. 3.5" JBA polished Exhaust tips. Fitch Fuel catalist. Home-made PCV
PART 1 of 3 How To Install Replace Lower Intake Manifold Gaskets GM 3.4L V6
If you are losing Coolant but don't know where it is going check to see if
your oil looks lighter brown and foamy if so you are getting coolant or
antifreeze in your oil and this can be one of the causes. This video is
applicable to the Pontiac Grand Am, model years 1999-2005.