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How long will it take to install a exhaust manifold on a 05 ford escape

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With proper tools and without breaking any bolts and having gaskets handy, about an hour.

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2005 ford escape xlt v6 awd. had a diagnostic test done at the dealership. said 2 of the 3 converters are clogged. they said I need a complete new exhaust system at a cost around 4000 bucks. any thoughtful...


get a second opinion you dont need the whole exhaust system---even if it the 2 manifolds have to be changed - thats a lot of money - there is a cat incorporated with each exhaust manifold so that would mean replacing the manifolds if both cats were bad thats both manifolds if your willing to do the work yourself you can change them the manifold/ cats sell on ebay new for under 200

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On my 05 Chevy Equinox there is antifreeze pouring out from the exhaust manifold bottom boat on the passenger side what could it be what could it be it be


If you have an internal leak in that location the coolant will be most likely escaping via a crack in the cylinder head. You should check more closely to see if it is actually escaping via the cylinder head gasket between the head and engine block.

Most likley you will now have coolant escaping into the lubrication system so check your engine oil for coolant contamination.

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How to remove exhaust manifold on a ford escape xlt do you have to remove engine mounts


You should be able to remove it without removing the mounts. You can get detailed instructions by registering (for free) at www.autozone.com Your registration gives you access to several DIY repair manuals.

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Where is the crank position sensor located on the 2002 Ford Escape? Will I need a rubber O ring or paper spacer?


The Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP):
4 CYL - located on the front of the engine, near the flywheel end of the block. remove exhaust manifold, disconnect electrical connector, remove bolt. installation is reverse of removal, no gasket req'd. torque to 62 inch-pounds
6 CYL - located next to crankshaft pulley - remove right wheel, remove lower right splashshield. disconnect electrical connector, remove bolt. installation is reverse of removal, no gasket req'd. torque to 89 inch-pounds

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2004 ford escape engine emission light on lunges while idleing


I have found this to be a common problem on 2001-2006 V6 Ford Escapes. In 99% of these cases the problem is the Catalytic Converter. The V6 has three in-total, one per exhaust manifold, and one after the Y connection. This third catalytic converter is the one that always gets clogged. Another clue to it's failure is a loss of power and a increase in fuel consumption. The later 2006-2008 have a redesigned exhaust system. Hope that helps.

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2004 ford escape exhaust manifold torque specs?


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Fig. Left side exhaust manifold bolt torque sequence-3.0L engine


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Fig. Right side exhaust manifold bolt torque sequence-3.0L engine

Both cases, exhaust manifold and new gasket, torque the bolts to 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).

Good luck (remember to rate this answer).

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Ford Triton V-10 engine backfired and now make an exhaust escaping sound that I cannot locate where it comes from


hmm. sounds like a valve got stuck open and blew a manifold gasket? I would check all your exhaust manifold gasket and your collecter gasket. If you continue to have backfire issues you may have a sticky valve.

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I have a 2003 Ford Escape with a PO420 error code. When I accelerate, it sounds like air is coming from my engine. What is the problem and what should I do?


Here's what the code means, P0420 -- Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1).
Causes: Bad O2 senor, bad catalytic converter, and/or leaking exhaust manifold.


The error is coming from the O2 sensor number 1 between the exhaust manifold and the catalytic converter. The sensor itself may not be the problem. From what your describing is maybe a leak coming somewhere near the exhaust manifold. This would set off the P0420 code. Look around the exhaust manifold down to the catalytic converter for leaks that will leave black marks from burned fuel. If this can't be easily found, you may have to take the car in and have the exhaust hooked up to a smoke machine. This will inject smoke into the tail pipe and any leaks will be found by the smoke coming out of it.

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