Land Rover Freelander Problem Report

Land Rover Freelander Engine noise due to broken doors inside intake manifold

(13 reports)
Broken doors inside the intake manifold, that vary the length of the manifold, can cause an abnormal engine noise.
was told i needed this. new is 1200.00 don't want to pay that. can't find used can this part be fixed -
same problem VIS linkage disconnected from doors inside manifold.Tried to open plenum with heat gun without success so I cut it with a sawzall,reconnected the linkage,epoxied everything back together and viola!no more noise.Kinda Mickey Mouse but beats paying the $1300 for a new one -
Intake manifold valves knocking and not closing. -
same as above and a misfire #4 -
I have one in the shop same problem,were do you fine an intake dealer wants 1100.00 or can they be repaired thanks ken -
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