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2007 Nissan frontier upper intake or Plenum Gasket change
It there anything I need to watch for or is everything straight forward
Going to change spark plugs and PVC also while changing Plenum
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I see all these issues snapping blots hope these specs are right for changing upper intake -plenum
INSTALLATION
Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Note the following:
Intake Manifold Collector
 If stud bolts were removed from intake manifold, install them and tighten to the specified torque.
 Tighten nuts and bolts in numerical order as shown.

 Tighten bolts in numerical order as shown.


Intake manifold collector
bolts and nuts
: 11.0 Nm (1.1 kg-m, 8 ft-lb)
Stud bolts : 6.9 Nm (7.0kg-m, 61 in-lb) <<<<<< Is this to much??
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Stud bolts : 6.9 Nm (7.0kg-m, 61 in-lb) <<<<<< Is this to much??
That is inch lbs. Comes out to about 5 ft. lbs. Usually the people snapping bolts are misreading the torque spec.
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Thanks i make a note of that this is the reason i am changing Fault Code Definition

OBD II P0171 Fuel System Too Lean (Bank 1)
OBD II P0174 Fuel System Too Lean (Bank 2)

One thing i dont do is check to see if my PCM software needs to be updated
really dont know how so I jumped to the second step
Common Problems That Trigger the P0171 and P0174 Code

PCM software needs to be updated
Vacuum leaks (Intake Manifold Gaskets, vacuum hoses, PCV hoses, etc.)
Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF)
Plugged Fuel Filter or weak Fuel Pump
Plugged or dirty Fuel Injectors
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2007 Nissan frontier upper intake or Plenum Gasket change Took about 2 hours on this job all looks good so far have to wait and drive it and let the computer recycling system.
Changed Plenum Gaskets ,pcv valve Spark plugs, changed throttle body gasket
Only small issue you may want to do is make sure you loose the wiring harness push back out your way ,,, and also take off the 3 fuel inject wires from the side your working on..
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Thanks i make a note of that this is the reason i am changing Fault Code Definition

OBD II P0171 Fuel System Too Lean (Bank 1)
OBD II P0174 Fuel System Too Lean (Bank 2)

One thing i dont do is check to see if my PCM software needs to be updated
really dont know how so I jumped to the second step
Common Problems That Trigger the P0171 and P0174 Code

PCM software needs to be updated
Vacuum leaks (Intake Manifold Gaskets, vacuum hoses, PCV hoses, etc.)
Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF)
Plugged Fuel Filter or weak Fuel Pump
Plugged or dirty Fuel Injectors
For those codes I would try cleaning the MAF
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