Advice, please

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  1. 82Crew

    82Crew Senior Member

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    If you have a scan tool you can watch actual and desired to see if the IAC is doing what the computer is telling it to. They are a high failure item especially if the battery has been disconnected.


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  2. Truemagnum15

    Truemagnum15 Junior Member

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    My husband did not realize, until the engine was installed, that two sensors went on the engine somewhere behind the intake manifold.. So he removed the intake manifold and installed the sensors. Next, he installs the intake manifold, replacing the gaskets a second time, and torques it in the proper sequence per the service manual. Today he notices that when he put the manifold in, he inadvertently had the short gasket, that fits into two tabs, hanging out a little bit. His question: Would it work to loosen the bolts enough to slide the gasket back in where it belongs and torque it down again, or will he have to buy another gasket kit?
     

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