Question about 1991 Geo Tracker
I am trying to remove the intake manifold on my 94 geo tracker (4wd, 1.6ltr) i seem to have all of the visible bolts removed yet it wont come off... any thoughts?
First, make sure you are 100% sure of having all bolts removed. Use a small mirror and flashlight if needed to check around all edges - 360 degrees. If there are hard to reach/see places, triple check those.
Once you're sure, it's probably just that the pressure and heat almost fuses the parts together, so some effort is required. Try using a rubber mallet or a small block of wood and a hammer, so that nothing too hard hits the manifold. Try tapping the manifold from the sides in the direction of sliding it across the face of the engine, not pounding it down onto the engine.
Don't hit it too hard, just lots of light taps to slowly break the seal between the manifold, gasket, and head.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Did you remove the brace? under it?
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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