Intake Manifold

The intake manifold receives air from the throttle body and distributes it to the individual cylinders of the engine.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Intake Manifold

  • Coolant and/or engine oil leak
  • Check Engine Light may come on
  • Unstable engine idle

Intake Manifold Related Repair Advice

  • In order to save weight, the intake manifold on many newer vehicles is made of a composite plastic material
  • Most fluid leaks from the intake manifold area can be repaired by replacing a failed gasket. However, in some cases, the intake manifold may also require replacement.
  • On some vehicles, there can be an upper and a lower intake manifold gasket. Fluid leaks will most commonly require replacement of the lower intake gasket.

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By , May 30, 2018
can it be the cause of my TDI Volkswagen wagon golf 6. the engine automatically stoped while on motion and refused to start. the timing bet is in good condition and the battery. there was anough diesel. please, i need help on this. thank you

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