Intake manifold carbon cleaning

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matteo
Country: South Africa
Vehicle: Pajero 3.2 DiD SWB
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Intake manifold carbon cleaning

Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:19 pm

Hi guys,

Seems like I have to have my intake manifold carbon cleaned, possibly an EGR blank done after that. Rough idling and excess smoke when engine warms up. Strange though, it doesn't happen with every drive.

Can anyone recommend a mechanic or somewhere where I can attend to this in Cape Town? I've seen some guys offering a "non-invasive" clean, but I'm sceptical. Does anyone have experience wth this? Also seems like it would be a massive job to remove the manifold and get it cleaned...?

Any advice appreciated.

Cheers.


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lunnmj
Country: South Africa
Vehicle: Pajero 3.2 DID SWB
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Re: Intake manifold carbon cleaning

Mon Nov 18, 2019 6:58 am

Good day

It is not too difficult to do this job. Just takes time.
I did mine a few months ago. used pressure washer and oven cleaner.
Looks like new now.
For EGR blank use a piece of stainless steel plate and put it on inlet manifold side.
5 min job for fitting.

Martyn
Sparticus
Country: South Africa
Vehicle: 03 Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2 DID
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Re: Intake manifold carbon cleaning

Sun Nov 24, 2019 11:31 am

Hi,

I am planning to do my Gen 4 soon as well. I service my car with Jacques Norval and when I was there a few weeks back he had just completed an intake manifold and intercooler clean on a clients 2.5 triton. Give him a shout.

Cheers
Ruanlab
Country: South Africa
Vehicle: 2004 Pajero 3.2did SWB A/T
Posts: 1
Joined: Sat Nov 17, 2018 10:53 am

Re: Intake manifold carbon cleaning

Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:13 am

Hi Martyn, could you please give me a guide on how you blanked off the EGR?

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