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Be sure to check the intake manifold gaskets for any leaks. One way of testing this is by starting the vehicle and makin sure it runs, get some soapy water and spray the seals between the intake manifold, and the intake on top of the cylinder head with that soapy water. If it bubbles, you have a leak in between that seal, and your intake manifold gaskets need replacing. A much easier check is to go ahead and replace the spark plugs with some AutoLite plugs. They are very cheap, and, depending on the model of your truck and size of the engine, it is very easy to change them out. Do that first before you begin working on the intake manifold and testing it for leaks. If you need any more help at all, please feel free to contact me! I am a certified Automotive Repair Technician with my own business

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Be sure to check the intake manifold gaskets for any leaks. One way of testing this is by starting the vehicle and makin sure it runs, get some soapy water and spray the seals between the intake manifold, and the intake on top of the cylinder head with that soapy water. If it bubbles, you have a leak in between that seal, and your intake manifold gaskets need replacing. A much easier check is to go ahead and replace the spark plugs with some AutoLite plugs. They are very cheap, and, depending on the model of your truck and size of the engine, it is very easy to change them out. Do that first before you begin working on the intake manifold and testing it for leaks. If you need any more help at all, please feel free to contact me! I am a certified Automotive Repair Technician with my own business

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Be sure to check the intake manifold gaskets for any leaks. One way of testing this is by starting the vehicle and makin sure it runs, get some soapy water and spray the seals between the intake manifold, and the intake on top of the cylinder head with that soapy water. If it bubbles, you have a leak in between that seal, and your intake manifold gaskets need replacing. A much easier check is to go ahead and replace the spark plugs with some AutoLite plugs. They are very cheap, and, depending on the model of your truck and size of the engine, it is very easy to change them out. Do that first before you begin working on the intake manifold and testing it for leaks. If you need any more help at all, please feel free to contact me! I am a certified Automotive Repair Technician with my own business in Hampton Roads, VA called: Mike's Mechanix. My business email is: mikesmechanix@gmail.com
Be sure to check the intake manifold gaskets for any leaks. One way of testing this is by starting the vehicle and makin sure it runs, get some soapy water and spray the seals between the intake manifold, and the intake on top of the cylinder head with that soapy water. If it bubbles, you have a leak in between that seal, and your intake manifold gaskets need replacing. A much easier check is to go ahead and replace the spark plugs with some AutoLite plugs. They are very cheap, and, depending on the model of your truck and size of the engine, it is very easy to change them out. Do that first before you begin working on the intake manifold and testing it for leaks. If you need any more help at all, please feel free to contact me! I am a certified Automotive Repair Technician with my own business in Hampton Roads, VA called: Mike's Mechanix. My business email is: mikesmechanix@gmail.com

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Be sure to check the intake manifold gaskets for any leaks. One way of testing this is by starting the vehicle and makin sure it runs, get some soapy water and spray the seals between the intake manifold, and the intake on top of the cylinder head with that soapy water. If it bubbles, you have a leak in between that seal, and your intake manifold gaskets need replacing. A much easier check is to go ahead and replace the spark plugs with some AutoLite plugs. They are very cheap, and, depending on the model of your truck and size of the engine, it is very easy to change them out. Do that first before you begin working on the intake manifold and testing it for leaks. If you need any more help at all, please feel free to contact me! I am a certified Automotive Repair Technician with my own business in Hampton Roads, VA called: Mike's Mechanix. My business email is: mikesmechanix@gmail.com

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