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TEMPUTURE SENSOR BLEW OUT

2001 CROWN VIC POLICE...DRIVING WHEN THE TEMPUTURE SENSOR ON THE INTAKE MANIFOLD BLEW OUT AND WATER WENT EVERYWHERE...FORD SAID MY MODEL WAS NOT IN THE RE-CALL IT IS A PLASTIC MANIFOLD...THANK YOU

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  • mburge206 Dec 07, 2008

    is this a comon problem with this unit?

  • mburge206 Dec 07, 2008

    used JB weld and it has not come out again..

  • mburge206 Dec 08, 2008

    so how would you repair it? replace the whole manifold? I have used JB WELD on the seams I can get to....

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Yes have replaced several plastic intakes due to coolant and vacuum leakage not a recall.

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I worked for a Ford dealer for 20 years, it is not a common problem, but it does happen, the recall was for coolant leaks at the molding seams of the manifold, I did almost all the manifolds that came through the door on the Mercure and Ford models that used a 4.6L V8. Your manifold can be repaired.

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    yadayada Dec 08, 2008

    It would have to be done by a machine shop.

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