Question about Hyundai Motor 1999 Tiburon
Rear bank of wires and plugs is covered by air handlers. How do I remove the rear bank to get to wires and plugs for removal and replacement?
The air handler you describe is called the 'surge tank' (or I perfer to call it the intake manifold). This manifold must be removed to access the 'rear bank' of plugs & wires on the 2.7 lit V6. There are three or four 12 mm bolts on the rear side of this tank (you'll have to feel for them) and the others are directly under your nose up front down the center of the engine (two long 12mm, three short 12mm and two 12mm nuts. You will want to purchase a new gasket for this manifold (recommended because reused gaskets have been know to leak - rare - but happens). When you put it back together, start all the bolts/nuts finger loose first, do not tighten the rear bolts until after you have torqued the main center-line manifold bolts first ( I believe the torque is 14 to 17 ft lbs) If you don't do these first, you could crack/damage the manifold.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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