I have a 69 Ford Inline 6. I beleive I have an intake manifold leak. My car stalls when I come to a complete stop at the light. The service manual stated that the intake manifold was part of the cylinder head. Do I have to replace the cylinder head as well as the manifold in order to fix the leak? Are they one unit? I am too chicken to find out the "hard way!"
take it easy slick, the manifold is attached to the head......your problem is probably just a head gasket it aint very expensive but if you remove the heads and manifold there is a certain order you have to tighten the bolts in when you put them back on so if you do it your self look into it a chilton's manual on the straight 6 bolt pattern....hope this helps....
1981 Ford F-150 Ranger XLT
302 ci, AOD tranny
mud tires and stacks!!!
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