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What do u call the part that's missing what covers the throttle body

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The air duct that connects the air cleaner to the throttle body.

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00Linc ls v8 hose connected to side of throttle body from valve cover disconnected at throttle body noticed oil what's wrong


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If you didn't correctly reinstall the PCV hose from the black box at the throttle body back on to the valve cover, you might have a vacuum leak causing your high idle. I'd check that first. That is a common mistake to miss that rubber hose. It's hidden underneath the black box at the front of the valve cover. If it is loose, just loosen up the boot at the throttle body, and the two bolts on the right side of the black box above the valve cover. Reposition the 90 rubber hose back on to the valve cover and recheck it. A hissing noise with the engine running is a good indication that the engine has a vacuum leak somewhere- usually a rubber hose disconnected from the intake manifold or throttle body.

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Make sure the engine and all components are completely cool. Disconnect the battery ground. Then isolate it to avoid accidental contact with the terminal while installing the throttle body.

  • 2 Remove the engine cover fasteners and take off the engine cover. Take out the air intake duct and then take the cover off the air filter. Disengage the electrical connector from the throttle control assembly.
  • 3 Label the hoses on the throttle body to their respective fittings. Disconnect all the hoses. Take the accelerator cable from the throttle body on vehicles with the 2.0L engine.
  • 4 Remove the throttle body fasteners and lift the throttle body off the manifold. Drape a clean shop cloth over the opening to prevent debris from falling into the engine.
  • 5 Pull the gasket and dispose of it. Clean the mating surfaces of all traces of dirt, old gasket material and carbon deposits.
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    Ignore the IAC notation, this is the only picture I have handy, showing the vac line just above the IAC.

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