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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I see a lot of lower intake gasket leaks on these but usually you get an external leak or you'll find coolant mixed with the oil, not a misfire. Upper plenum is dry on the 3.1 and just bolts onto the top of the lower intake. We usually apply pressure to the cooling system overnight with the spark plug removed from the misfiring cylinder. If there is coolant in the cylinder come morning then you only have to figure out where it is coming from. If the plenum is removed during the test you might be able to see where the coolant is or isn't coming from with a borescope by looking down the intake runner.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
I cannot post a picture here because that is copyrighted material. However, the torque sequence is always "start in the center and work your way out to both ends...pretty simple.
The torque specifications are different depending on which engine your Escape is equipped with.
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
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