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Intake manifold runner control stuck open bank 1 where is this and how do i repair it

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Left rear of intake manifold, there should be a vacuum operated shaft that turns these throttle plates. You'll have to troubleshoot reason. Try turning shaft by hand. There is a vacuum switch that runs vacuum to both banks. I think it's behind the engine nearer the firewall.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

  • gatorsince19 Sep 06, 2010

    where can i buy a IMRC? i can't find one any where. even at dealer.

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