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Felpro MS91034 Intake & Exhaust Manifold Gasket - Direct Fit
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Felpro MS22692 Intake & Exhaust Manifold Gasket - Direct Fit
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Felpro MS22704 Intake & Exhaust Manifold Gasket - Direct Fit
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Felpro MS22792 Intake & Exhaust Manifold Gasket - Direct Fit
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Felpro MS22801 Intake & Exhaust Manifold Gasket - Direct Fit
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Intake & Exhaust Manifold Gasket Guides

Dos and Don'ts When Buying an Intake and Exhaust Manifold Gasket

The intake and exhaust manifold gasket seals the engine block, and prevents any leak from coming out. Since the part is located on the engine's surface with high temperature, it will gradually wear down. Luckily, a lot of aftermarket replacements are available online. Here's a guide to help you choose the right intake and exhaust manifold gasket.

Dos
  • Look for the intake and exhaust manifold gasket that is specific to your car. Do this by referring to your car's make, model, and year. Another important detail you have to jot down is your car's engine type because the number of cylinders must be determined.
  • Check the fitting of the gasket on your engine. You will see that there are holes in the design that's specific for the details on your car's engine block.
  • Select a type of gasket that is applicable to your need. It can be made from cork, paper, metal or plastic. There's also a soft aluminum and copper that is best for a warped gasket.
  • Search for a gasket cement or a silicone sealant to ensure that the gasket is safely placed in the engine block. This will also help minimize the fuel leakage.
  • Buy only from a trusted brand in the market. You can already find a gasket in good quality for just $16. Remember that the product has to come with a warranty.
  • Choose a gasket set rather than an individual piece. You will have the advantage of the complete hardware, and the price doesn't have a big difference.
Don'ts
  • DO NOT attempt to repair the manifold gasket. You have to look for a new replacement if it already wears down.
  • DO NOT use the old bolts that came with the old gasket. Always use the new set for the new gasket.

Intake and Exhaust Manifold Gasket: Installing It On Your Own

An intake and exhaust manifold gasket that's "blown" will cause a big problem to your car engine. The symptoms can be detected easily, though. A gap between the gasket and the cylinder is visible, there's a banging noise every time the cylinder fires, and a strong fuel odor is coming from the engine area. Prepare all your garage tools; this repair guide will help you solve this problem.

Difficulty level: ModerateTools needed:
  • Screwdriver
  • Ratchet
  • Socket set
  • Socket set
  • Clean rags
  • New intake and exhaust manifold gasket

Note: The vehicle used in this replacement guide is Ford Focus.

Step 1: Park your vehicle on a level surface, and let the pressure from the fuel system settle before you begin.

Step 2: Disconnect the battery's negative terminal, and secure its position. Do not allow it to hit any of the parts in the engine area. Locate the brake booster vacuum hose that's connected to the intake manifold, and remove it. This hose should lead you to the other end which is a plug behind the power steering fluid tank. Disconnect this plug as well.

Step 3: Remove the plug of the camshaft position sensor behind the transmission end of the cylinder head.

Step 4: Disconnect all supply and return fuel lines connected to the fuel rail. Set it aside on a clear area, and don't let dust contaminate the lines. Unbolt the nuts and studs of the cylinder head afterwards.

Step 5: Pull each gasket out, and discard them properly. Wipe the entire area clean, and remove any visible impurities before you install the gasket on the cylinder head.

Step 6: Take the new intake and exhaust manifold gasket, and align it to the cylinder head. It should fit exactly, and the holes should not be covered.

Step 7: Fit all the nuts in place but don't seal them yet. Begin sealing them from the center, and work your outward in an alternate pattern. Make sure that the gasket is still aligned when you finish sealing all the bolts.

Step 8: Place the cylinder head back in position, and screw the bolts. Reconnect all the fuel lines, the wiring plug of the camshaft, and the brake booster vacuum hose.

Step 9: Check the negative battery terminal, and connect it to the battery.

Step 10: Switch on your vehicle, and check the gasket if there are leaks. Inspect also the fuel lines and the hoses you have removed earlier if they were re-installed correctly.

Dos and Don'ts When Buying an Intake and Exhaust Manifold Gasket

The intake and exhaust manifold gasket seals the engine block, and prevents any leak from coming out. Since the part is located on the engine's surface with high temperature, it will gradually wear down. Luckily, a lot of aftermarket replacements are available online. Here's a guide to help you choose the right intake and exhaust manifold gasket.

Dos
  • Look for the intake and exhaust manifold gasket that is specific to your car. Do this by referring to your car's make, model, and year. Another important detail you have to jot down is your car's engine type because the number of cylinders must be determined.
  • Check the fitting of the gasket on your engine. You will see that there are holes in the design that's specific for the details on your car's engine block.
  • Select a type of gasket that is applicable to your need. It can be made from cork, paper, metal or plastic. There's also a soft aluminum and copper that is best for a warped gasket.
  • Search for a gasket cement or a silicone sealant to ensure that the gasket is safely placed in the engine block. This will also help minimize the fuel leakage.
  • Buy only from a trusted brand in the market. You can already find a gasket in good quality for just $16. Remember that the product has to come with a warranty.
  • Choose a gasket set rather than an individual piece. You will have the advantage of the complete hardware, and the price doesn't have a big difference.
Don'ts
  • DO NOT attempt to repair the manifold gasket. You have to look for a new replacement if it already wears down.
  • DO NOT use the old bolts that came with the old gasket. Always use the new set for the new gasket.

Intake and Exhaust Manifold Gasket: Installing It On Your Own

An intake and exhaust manifold gasket that's "blown" will cause a big problem to your car engine. The symptoms can be detected easily, though. A gap between the gasket and the cylinder is visible, there's a banging noise every time the cylinder fires, and a strong fuel odor is coming from the engine area. Prepare all your garage tools; this repair guide will help you solve this problem.

Difficulty level: ModerateTools needed:
  • Screwdriver
  • Ratchet
  • Socket set
  • Socket set
  • Clean rags
  • New intake and exhaust manifold gasket

Note: The vehicle used in this replacement guide is Ford Focus.

Step 1: Park your vehicle on a level surface, and let the pressure from the fuel system settle before you begin.

Step 2: Disconnect the battery's negative terminal, and secure its position. Do not allow it to hit any of the parts in the engine area. Locate the brake booster vacuum hose that's connected to the intake manifold, and remove it. This hose should lead you to the other end which is a plug behind the power steering fluid tank. Disconnect this plug as well.

Step 3: Remove the plug of the camshaft position sensor behind the transmission end of the cylinder head.

Step 4: Disconnect all supply and return fuel lines connected to the fuel rail. Set it aside on a clear area, and don't let dust contaminate the lines. Unbolt the nuts and studs of the cylinder head afterwards.

Step 5: Pull each gasket out, and discard them properly. Wipe the entire area clean, and remove any visible impurities before you install the gasket on the cylinder head.

Step 6: Take the new intake and exhaust manifold gasket, and align it to the cylinder head. It should fit exactly, and the holes should not be covered.

Step 7: Fit all the nuts in place but don't seal them yet. Begin sealing them from the center, and work your outward in an alternate pattern. Make sure that the gasket is still aligned when you finish sealing all the bolts.

Step 8: Place the cylinder head back in position, and screw the bolts. Reconnect all the fuel lines, the wiring plug of the camshaft, and the brake booster vacuum hose.

Step 9: Check the negative battery terminal, and connect it to the battery.

Step 10: Switch on your vehicle, and check the gasket if there are leaks. Inspect also the fuel lines and the hoses you have removed earlier if they were re-installed correctly.

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