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Gm engine casting numbers what engine has this intake manifold casting 10166123

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SOURCE: GM chevy small block casting heads number 041

go to it will tell you everything about chev heads the # on the front of the heads is serial # and where it was manufactured

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SOURCE: need intake manifold assembly diagram

Hi, i have posted a link to the diagram(exploded) below.


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SOURCE: blown upper air intake manifold on gm 3800 series

Parts stores carry a kit including a manifold and gaskets. When I do the job I always replace the lower intake gaskets because they leak too. Make sure the lower manifold is not warped around the rubber gaskets towards the throttle body side, a new or used loewr manifold might be needed to ensure a correct repair.

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Not alot you can do but remove the intake plenum and have the gasket replaced.

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There is water in my engine oil do i need a new gasket for the head

What make , model an year vehicle ? Could be intake manifold too ! Take it to repair shop an have it pressure tested ,or go to harbor freight an spend $80.00 an buy cooling system pressure tester an test it yourself . GM V6 3.1 - 3.4 - 3.8 l engines had known intake manifold gasket problems ! But GM isn't alone in having this problem . Fix It Right Intake Manifold Gasket Replacement

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Is it necessary to torque the intake bolts when installing the intake manifold?

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Here is Holden\'s Alloytec V6 in glorious technical detail.


The global V6 engine is the first V6 engine program to address what Thomas G. Stephens, group vice president, GM Powertrain, says is a vital initiative: to develop world-class engines with fully contemporary features - such as dual overhead cams and variable valve timing - but at a competitive cost structure that allows use of the engines in a global mix of vehicles.

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50 crankshaft degrees retard authority

Compression Ratio:10.2:1

Bore Centers:103 mm

Firing Order:1-2-3-4-5-6

Fuel Shutoff:6,700 rpm

Engine Idle Speed:600 rpm

Fuel System:Sequential port fuel injection (returnless)

Engine Management:Torque-based; Bosch Motronic ME 9 32-bit micro-hybrid controller

Intake Manifold:Dual-plenum, equal-length with 2-position variable volume control (resonance tuned)

Throttle:68-mm single bore; electronic control (ETC)

Ignition:Individual coil-on-plug; individual cylinder knock control

Fuel Requirement:Premium fuel recommended

Emissions Controls:Dual close-coupled catalytic converters (1.15L ultra-thinwall ceramic)

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Block Material:Aluminium, precision sand-cast 319 with cast-in-place iron liners

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Exhaust Manifold:High-silicon moly cast iron

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Crankshaft:Forged steel

Connecting Rods:Sinterforged steel

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Main Bearing Caps:6 bolt caps, copper-infiltrated sintered steel

Oil Pan:Structural diecast aluminium, steel windage and baffle plates

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Gm motor identification

You will have to find the casting number on the block, heads, and intake to see if all those are original to that motor, but the block casting number will tell you what year it was made, and the types of vehicles it was used in. It might be difficult to pinpoint exactly what it was in originally if they used it in more than one type car, or produced it more that one year. You can google up a site that will help you find the block casting and decode it for you. Just type in GM engine block decoder

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What order do the wires go on the distributor cap on a 1974 pontiac formula 350

Often on GM motors, which make engines for Pontiac. The order of the wires, called "Firing Order" is cast onto the intake manifold.

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I have a 1973 ford mustang grande and the engine in it is not the original engine. I was told it was the original 302 but i know its not. I looked up the model/serial number right behind the carbeurator on...

That number is not on the block - it is on the intake manifold. It is also not a model or serial number. That number is the casting number for an intake manifold. Yes, it is an intake manifold for a 302 cid engine.

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How do i set the firing order.

What engine? If it's the v8 all GM v8's have the same same order 18436572. Also, it is usually cast into the intake manifold. If you don't know where number one is on the cap, on the HEI cap #1 is the terminal just to the left of where the wire for the coil plug into the bottom of the cap.

Jan 22, 2011 | 1988 Oldsmobile Delta 88

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Has no distributor nedd to know witch one i needits 1989 notchback 5.0 original motor. it has no destirbutor withc one do i need steel or cast gear? or how can itell withc one i might need?

Hi Friend: Which Distributor? You need to know what your enging had in it, Cast and Steel Gears ARE NOT Interchangable and can cause servere Damage.
You'll need to get you Enging Casting #=Number off your Engine. You Might be able to find out by the VIN # .Either Way Get your ID # it should be on your Intake Manifold Its underneath your Ingnition Coil, or Towards the Front of Intake Manifold.Get some Good Degreaer and Clean the Intake GOOD and a Bright Light .You Should be able to See it with No Problem.
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Is the middle cylinder on the passenger side the #3 cylinder? If not what one is the #3 cylinder on a chrysler 300m 3.5

Tis is a 6 cyl, correct?Ok, first, ckeck the intake manifold where it bolts to the head. The cylinder no. should be casted on the intake above each cylinder. One side should be 1-3-5 and the other 2-4-6. The firing order is also casted on the intake manifold whic is 153624. Good Luck. -Ned_

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