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Old 09-09-2012, 14:14   #1 (permalink)
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Need pics of Navigator upper plenum

I am trying to pull the engine from my 2003 Navigator, and I cannot figure out where all the bolts are that hold the upper plenum to the intake manifold.
I can see that there are two bolts at the front. I assume there are two bolts at the back. Are there any more.
Pictures would be appreciated.
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Old 09-09-2012, 14:46   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Need pics of Navigator upper plenum

Does this show enough. | Repair Guides | Engine Mechanical Components | Intake Manifold | AutoZone.com
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Re: Need pics of Navigator upper plenum

Or this? http://www.repairsetum.com/wp-conten...-MANIFOLD.jpeg
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Thanks again Bert, but unfortunately, this does not show what I am looking for. It seems very similar to what I have in my Chilton manual.
It seems to be a bit too generic and does not show how the Navigator upper plenum attaches.
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And this one is completely different from mine
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Re: Need pics of Navigator upper plenum

So.... just to answer my own question. Here is a pic of the plenum from the top. I could not figure out how to get it off. I had removed six bolts, but could not find the last one. It turned out to be directly behind the centerline of the throttle body in a deep well. In the picture, it is right in front of that black thingy in the midle of the crossover.
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Glad you found it. That would be hard to locate. Thanks for the update.
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