Chevy Intake Manifold Identification?

Answer Designed to channel fuel into the engine, intake manifolds are located under the carburetor, on the top of the engine. Chevrolet intake manifolds all look quite similar and must be identified using... Read More »

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How to Install an Intake Manifold on a Chevy?

Internal combustion engines require two ingredients to create power: fuel and air. Every engine has an intake manifold which is responsible for dividing the intake air charge evenly among the engin... Read More »

How to Replace the Intake Manifold in a Chevy Silverado?

The Chevrolet Silverado offers a variety of body styles and powertrains that allowed it to serve as a utility vehicle and the family car. Chevy introduced Silverado in 1999 and many of those vehicl... Read More »

How to Replace Intake Manifold Gaskets on a 3.4 Chevy?

The Chevy 3.4 liter engine has had a history of developing leaks in the intake manifold gaskets, causing coolant to mix with the engine oil. If this occurs in your vehicle, replace the gaskets righ... Read More »

How to Replace the Intake Manifold in a Chevy Camaro?

From 1982 to 1992, Chevy produced the third generations of Camaro, the first with a modified MacPherson strut system and, in the absence of leaf-spring rear suspension, a long torque arm with coil ... Read More »