remove intake manifold

Asked by Nov 07, 2012 at 03:54 AM about the 2004 Kia Amanti

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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1 . Remove cover from engine. 2. Remove terminal from battery. 3. Disconnect airflow sensor and vacuum line from intake hose. 4. Remove air filter and clamps from intake hose. 5. Disconnect crank angle sensor, cam angle sensor, injector harness connector, power steering switch, 2 variable intake motors, acc. position sensor and EGR. 6. DCN TP sensor, throttle system motor, purge control valve and limp home connector. 7. DCN vacuum hose between intake mani and cyl. head cover. DCN purge control valve hose and throttle heater hose. 9. Remove EGR hose, mounting bolts from EGR , EGR pipe bracket and surge tank bracket, injector harness bracket, crank angle senor and cam angle sensor. 10. Remove surge tank and piping. 11. Remove timing blt cover. 12. Remove bolts from water pump holder and intake mani nuts. 13. Remove intake manifold. Visit us at http://www.kosmotorcars.com

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