INTAKE MANIFOLD

2000 Ford Taurus

Tiny

fitz04

February, 14, 2009 AT 1:53 AM

Engine Mechanical problem
2000 Ford Taurus 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

need toqure specs and sequence to tighten manifold

5 Answers

Tiny

Dave H

February, 14, 2009 AT 5:03 AM

3.8L

Upper Intake Manifold Bolt...............Lbs. Nm.
1st Step........................................53.. (6)
2nd Step.......................................70 ..(8
3rd Step..............................Additional 90 Degrees


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Tiny

fitz04

February, 14, 2009 AT 11:19 AM

Thanks for the reply but this is not the type of maniford that i have, after looking at the engine this morning it is a Duratec 24 valve v6, it has 8 bolts. my fault i did not say what engine i had


http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/317531_002_2.jpg

Tiny

Dave H

February, 14, 2009 AT 6:23 PM

Intake Manifold Bolt (Upper And Lower) Lbs89 Nm(10)


http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/266999_upper_1.jpg

Tiny

fitz04

February, 15, 2009 AT 12:16 AM

That is it thankyou very mutch can you tell me what book you got this from as I have looke all over for a book Hanes, Chileton none of them have it
what do people normally domate for answers as I would like to as it helped me a lot thanks again

Tiny

Dave H

February, 15, 2009 AT 5:43 AM

Glad to be of assistance. The diagram is from an online (internet) website that supplies manuals called mitchell1. There is a link at the bottom of this reply box. Donotions are not set. If you feel our help was worth $5/15/20 then donate that amount, if you feel it was worth $1 then donate that amount. All donations are very much appreciated. Please feel free to leave feedback as well using the link at the top of this reply. Please use our services again and spread the word of our services

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