I am going to replace a fuel pressure regulator on my 1995 Chevy blazer. It is located under or inside the plenum.After the repair when I replace the plenum cover I will replace the gasket will I need to use any type of sealant on the gasket? The vehicle is a 1995 Chevy blazer with an auto trans, 4.3 engine with 4wheel drive. Thanks for your advice.
Install the gasket clean and dry! No sealer is required on that gasket, nor should any be used.
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Installing Ms96945 intake manifold gaskets on my 2004 Nissan Titan plenum after starter replacement. Is any sealant required to hold in place during assembly. Thanks!K
I have the lower and upper intake manifold gasket sets for a 2003 Impala 3.8 and have 2 questions.
In the lower kit (MS 98014 T), there is a blue plug. Can anyone tell me what this is used for and where it goes. It may be used on another application and that is fine but I need to find out so I can finish the assembly and get the car on the road again.
In the upper kit (MS95812), when the gasket assembly is removed, there are 2 gaskets where the 2 tubes or the EGR. Why are there not replacements in the kit. Are these gaskets not ever replaced. I have looked in other kits and they don't have replacements either. From what I have read, these are problem areas with the design, it only stands to reason they should be replaced. I noticed in the Dorman kit, they have 2 tubes to fix this problem. Any info on this item.