If you discover a permanent stretch of. You degree camshafts to learn piston position and valve timing events. A lot of times you can put a hose on it and you can kind of drain it right into a bucket. Then, on the back of the intake right over here, you have a slightly larger one that we will also remove like so. That will allow us to push the injector rail right onto the injectors without a whole to of drama. The gasket eventually dries out, allowing air to leak into the engine and oil to leak out of the engine. Torque-to-Yield Torque-to-yield is also known as the torque angle.
All right, we're going to put the cover on so we can take these screws out that we put back in here earlier. Do this in onethird values, following an inside-out pattern. Again, be really careful that you don't get any dirt down in the intake holes, because you don't want the dirt in there. You can just push these out of the way. Reconnect the negative battery cable. If you believe debris just washes away with oil flow and becomes trapped in the oil filter, guess again.
Use Speed Pro rings from Summit Racing Equipment. The new manifold comes with a new thermostat. Close the petcock on the radiator and refill the cooling system. Number eight is the driver side most bolt of the thermostat housing. You'll see that the old manifold and the new manifold look a little different. Side by side, you can see the difference between Windsor left and Romeo right blocks. First step is finding it.
Step 57: Install New Water Pump and Thermostat Gasket technology has improved ten fold over the classics. Before putting the intake manifold on you don't want to make the mistake of leaving all these towels in here. You want to slowly pull these out. The first one is this giant one in the back. Red one goes to the fuel pressure regulator right here.
Set this gently into place. You don't want to get any of that down into these intake runner holes in the head, because that will eventually get into your combustion chamber and it'll wear out parts really quickly. Number eight is the last one right in the back. If not, you can read the diagram on the sticker under the hood to see the direction of how the belt is installed on the front of the engine. Many people have done that. We're going to be disconnecting the fuel lines momentarily, but we want to make sure that there's no fuel pressure in the fuel rail. Okay, we're going to take the manifold and drop it onto the engine.
Two bolts removed from the alternator. Over on this side we have to hook the cables into the clips so they're in the right spot. Ring end gap should be. This turns counterclockwise, which is the normal direction of a bolt to open it up. In some of the injectors that popped out of the rail, they left their seals inside, so you want to get a hook or a pick and pop these seals out so you can reinstall them on the injectors.
You're probably going to need a different size extension. What we'll do is we'll just wiggle these until they pop out. Our lower intake manifold, the part number starts with F65E in our case, so we're going to be using these set of dowels. That hooks in just like this. As you can see, this is really corroded. They are eight millimeter bolts, so we'll use a ratchet to tighten them up, and an eight millimeter socket of course. Looks like the rubber is getting to be a little corroded, or a little cracked.
Step 22: Install Rear Main Seal Professional Mechanic Tip The one-piece real main seal is one of the best things to ever happen to Ford engines. This is the upgraded version with the aluminum crossover pipe but the plastic large section. Step 63: Prepare Engine for Install Torque Fasteners Most 4. Over on this side we have to hook the cables into the clips so they're in the right spot. Then, there's a brownish color one that goes up to this valve right here near the brake booster.