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How do I remove outer intake manifold cover on 2.4l Kia sportage 2011

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  • Craig Kephart Dec 24, 2016

    It's the air duct on front, radiator side, of engine. Found 2 bolts.....

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remove oil cap steam an it should just lift off

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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mine is doing the same, it's your pcv receptor on the manifold. that hard plastic cover is actually part of the intake itself, if it "came off" it would cut your intake in half. that seem seals the two halfs together. you gotta pull the whole intake off and replace it... or jimmy rig it.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: how do it remove the intake manifold?

its easy my friend, take your tools, drain engine oil and coolant, remove left side rocker ornament and air duct of intake manifold, collector,hose wires, harness etc, remove ignition coils, egr tube,intake manifold collector supports and the manifold( right cylinder head only,) remove intake manifold, and replace knock sensor to avoid some trouble in the future

Posted on Jun 26, 2010

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