Question about 1984 Ford Bronco II
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to remove the thermostat housing again. Then you will have to extract the bolts you broke off. You will need to drill and tap them so you can use an easy out to remove the broken bolts from the threads. Then you can clean up both mating surfaces and replace the gasket and the thermostat. Check to make sure you did not crack the thermostat housing or you may have another leak when finished. They are usually aluminum and break easily if too much pressure is applied or they are corroded and weak.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
if the exhaust is just cracked i wouldnt worrie about the engine because you still have a lot of backpressure and it should not burn a valve. but replacing the header is a good idea if the header itself is cracked. and to tell you the truth your mechanic should be responsible for the cost of the repair since he broke it in the first place. In the shop i own if one of my mechanics breaks something it comes out of my pocket to replace. its all part of the job sometimes things just happen and you have to take the responsibility for it
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
what did you do to the intake? but an easy way to fix da smoke is to go and buy a can of STOP SMOKE it comes in an aerosol can and you just spray it into your engine
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
the donut is cast into the exhaust manifold.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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You might have a warped exhaust manifold, or head. You can check this with a straight edge and a feeler gauge. Also check for hairline cracks.
Is the carbon on the outside of the injectors, or on the inside? If it's on the inside then it could be from cheap gas. Do a fuel injector service to get them cleaned out.
If you had exhaust leaking into the intake manifold you would definitely know about it(backfire).
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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