1989 Jeep Wrangler "exhaust leak" Questions

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...leak. also replaced tps and map sensor will run fine until hit open road and starts acting up and engine light comes on always a lean code. I cannot find any vacuum leaks any ideas?? check fuel ...

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it redlines at start we changed the exhaust manifold and now when we start the jeep it redlines and we have to turn it off. you have a serious vacuum leak or you bent something on the throttle linkage

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...leak from installing the intake. Common problem. The exhaust and intake use a common gasket. When reinstalling the exhaust manifold, there are two guide pins, one front of the manifold and one in the ...

...exhaust leak it's coming from the front end of the engine can anyone help I would have the exhaust manifold inspected, a lot of times it cracks where the pipes connect. I am assuming you have a 4.0L. ...

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my engine loses 1 qt of oil every thousand miles. i have no leaks or smoke from exhaust pipe But your Jeep does have a PCV valve, that if stuck or sticking will **** a quart of oil out and through ...

excessive fuel consumption, backfire on decelleration, and rough idle i have put a new exhaust system in, put a new exhaust manifold gasket in, o2 sensor in, and made sure i dont have any exhaust ...

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2007 jeep rubicon using 1 quart of oil every 1000 miles If it is not visibly leaking oil - the exhaust should be smoking. If the smoke comes out when you lift off your foot and when you start frost ...

...exhaust manifold leak but it is not huge one. I greatly appreciate any help on this from an expert. Thank you! we have the same problem on our 2004 dakota. The mechanic says that it could be the ...

leak any place. What you could try and put some antifreeze in, not water and see if you smell a sweet smell comming from your exhaust, If you do then you probably have a blown head gasket. Well i hope

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...exhaust, you had to remove the intake as well. Chances are that you have a large vacuum leak either from a wire getting caught between the manifold and the head, or just forgetting a vacuum hose ...

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