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diagram..upper plenum..Lower Intake on a 2002 Land rover freelander

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Please send me the diagram on how to separate the Upper Plenum from the Lower Intake on a 2002 Land Rover Freelander?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Tim Mohr replied 4 years ago.
Hi, my name is XXXXX XXXXX will post the procedure below,Tim
Expert:  Tim Mohr replied 4 years ago.
Notes

Seals - manifold chamber - from 03MY

Service Repair No - 30.15.37.01


Remove

  1. Release clip and disconnect vacuum enhancer from intake hose.
  2. Depress plastic collar and disconnect brake servo vacuum hose from inlet manifold. CAUTION: Always fit plugs to open connections to prevent contamination.
  3. Remove vacuum enhancer.
  4. Disconnect multiplug from purge control valve.

  1. Non NAS models: Disconnect small vacuum pipe from purge control valve.
  2. Non NAS models: Depress locking collar and release vacuum pipe from IACV housing. CAUTION: Always fit plugs to open connections to prevent contamination.
  3. Non NAS models: Disconnect multiplug from IACV.
  4. Non NAS models: Disconnect multiplug from TP sensor.

  1. Non NAS models: Depress locking collars and release vacuum/breather pipe from purge control valve and LH camshaft cover. Release clip securing hose to 'T' piece and remove pipe. CAUTION: Always fit plugs to open connections to prevent contamination.
  2. Non NAS models: Depress locking collars and release vacuum/breather pipes from throttle body, LH and RH camshaft cover and remove pipe. CAUTION: Always fit plugs to open connections to prevent contamination.

  1. NAS models: Depress locking collars and release vacuum/breather pipes from LH and RH camshaft covers and release pipe from clip.
  2. NAS models: Remove clip securing vacuum/breather pipe to engine air intake hose and disconnect vacuum/breather pipe from air intake hose. Discard clip. CAUTION: Always fit plugs to open connections to prevent contamination.
  3. NAS models: Depress locking collars and release vacuum/breather pipe from LH camshaft cover, RH camshaft cover link pipe and inlet manifold chamber. Remove pipe. CAUTION: Always fit plugs to open connections to prevent contamination.

  1. NAS models: Disconnect multiplug from IAT and MAF sensors.
  2. NAS models: Disconnect multiplug from throttle body.
  3. NAS models: Remove clip securing intake hose to throttle body, remove intake hose and MAF sensor assembly. Discard clip.
  4. NAS models: Release harness and fuel feed pipe from clip on Inlet manifold chamber.

  1. Disconnect multiplugs from VIS motors.

  1. Remove 2 screws securing engine harness brackets to inlet manifold chamber and position harness aside.

  1. Release 3 locking clips and disconnect 3 multiplugs from RH plug top coils.

  1. Release 2 clips securing RH plug top coil harness to inlet manifold chamber support brackets.

  1. Remove 2 bolts securing inlet manifold chamber rear support brackets to RH camshaft cover.

  1. Remove 4 bolts securing inlet manifold chamber to LH inlet manifold.

  1. Remove and discard seals from inlet manifold chamber and 'O' rings from RH inlet manifold.

Refit

  1. Clean seal faces on inlet manifold chamber and inlet manifolds.
  2. Fit new 'O' rings to RH inlet manifold and new seals to inlet manifold chamber.
  3. Fit inlet manifold chamber to inlet manifolds and tighten bolts to 18 Nm (13 ft. lbs.).
  4. Align inlet manifold chamber support brackets to RH camshaft cover, fit and tighten bolts to 10 Nm (7 ft. lbs.).
  5. Position engine harness brackets to inlet manifold chamber, fit and tighten screws.
  6. Secure RH plug top coil harness to manifold chamber support brackets.
  7. Connect multiplugs to plug top coils and secure with locking clips.
  8. Connect multiplugs to VIS motors.
  9. NAS models: Align harness and fuel feed pipe. Secure harness and pipe in clip on manifold chamber.
  10. NAS models: Using a new clip, fit intake hose to throttle body and secure hose with clip.
  11. NAS models: Connect multiplug to throttle body.
  12. NAS models: Connect multiplugs to IAT and MAF sensors.
  13. NAS models: Fit vacuum/breather pipe and connect to LH camshaft cover, RH camshaft cover link pipe and inlet manifold chamber.
  14. NAS models: Using a new dip, fit vacuum/breather pipe to engine air intake hose and secure pipe with clip.
  15. NAS models: Connect vacuum/breather pipe to LH and RH camshaft covers. Fit pipe into clip.
  16. Non NAS models: Fit vacuum/breather pipe to throttle body and connect pipe to LH and RH camshaft covers.
  17. Non NAS models: Fit vacuum/breather pipe to purge control valve and LH camshaft cover. Using a new clip, connect pipe to 'T' piece and secure pipe with dip.
  18. Non NAS models: Connect multiplug to TP sensor.
  19. Non NAS models: Connect multiplug to IACV.
  20. Non NAS models: Connect vacuum pipe to IACV.
  21. Non NAS models: Connect small vacuum pipe to purge control valve.
  22. Connect multiplug to purge control valve.
  23. Fit vacuum enhancer and connect to inlet manifold chamber.
  24. Using a new clip, connect vacuum enhancer to Intake hose and secure hose with clip.

 

 

Expert:  Tim Mohr replied 4 years ago.
Is this the procedure you were looking for?
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