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2005 Chrysler T&C Intake Manifold & Valve Cover Gaskets

2005 Chrysler T&C - Replacing Valve Cover Gaskets along with Upper and Lower Intake Manifold Gaskets.  Shows the removal of the windshield wiper cowl.  Trouble changing the PCV valve.  New spark plugs and plug wires.  3.8L

a OPTIONAL-Remove Cowl and windshield wiper motor assembly from fire wall (If replacing valve cover gaskets)
b Remove the windshield wiper arms using a puller.  Note angle and which one is "on top"
c Disconnect the plug for the wiper motor
d Disconnect the Windshield Washer Fluid tube going into the cowl
e Loosen the two clamps holding the two drain tubes to the wiper motor assembly
f Turn the two Philips head "locks" 90 degrees.  These lock the cowl trim to the wiper motor assembly
g Remove the six T20 torx screws from the cowl trim over the wiper motor assembly
h Remove the cowl trim piece
i Remove the four 10mm nuts from studs holding the straps on the upper side of the wiper motor assembly
j Remove the four 13mm bolts holding the wiper motor assembly to the firewall
k Remove the wiper motor assembly
1 Remove the negative battery terminal
2 Drain the cooling system - About a gallon will work.  You can syphon out of the radiator
3 Disconnect the intake air temperature sensor
4 Remove the Intake air tube
5 Remove the air filter housing and breather tube to front valve cover
6 Remove the throttle and cruise control cables from the throttle body (They both come out the slot to the front)
7 Remove the Bracket holding the throttle and cruise control cables to the upper intake manifold
8 Remove the throttle and cruise control cables from the plastic clip attached to the power steering reservoir
9 Disconnect the Idle Air Motor / (AIS) Automatic Idle Speed
10 Disconnect the Throttle Position sensor (Does not have a Red lock tab)
11 Remove the vacuum hose from the throttle body - Vapor Purge Solenoid (~3/8" OD)
12 Disconnect the Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor (MAP)
13 Remove the PCV hose (or cut)
14 Disconnect the Power Brake Booster vacuum hose from the upper intake manifold (~1/2" OD)
15 Disconnect the Vacuum Leak Detector vacuum hose from the intake manifold (~1/8" OD)
16 Optional-Drain the power steering reservoir
17 Optional-Remove the power steering hoses from the power steering fluid reservoir and plug the hoses
18 Remove the power steering reservoir and move out of the way.  Nut in back is 10mm and use 9" extension
19 Remove the EGR pipe from the upper intake manifold and the EGR valve.  Save the gaskets
20 Remove the Upper Intake Manifold bolts
21 Remove the Upper Intake Manifold
22 Remove the Upper Intake Manifold gaskets
23 Plug the holes in the Lower Intake Manifold
24 Relieve fuel system pressure.  At the Schrader valve
25 Disconnect the fuel line quick disconnect fitting to the fuel rail/injector assembly
26 Unplug the large electrical connector on the passenger side of the lower intake manifold (for fuel injectors)
27 Remove the spark plug wires (from the coil only unless you are replacing them, then remove completely)
28 Disconnect the electrical connector to the coil
29 Remove the coil 
30 Remove the coil bracket
31 Disconnect the engine coolant temperature sensor (ETC). Has red lock tab on bottom
32 Remove the heater supply hose from lower intake manifold.  Check the condition of the heater hoses
33 Remove the Upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing
34 Remove the Lower Intake Manifold bolts
35 Remove the Lower Intake Manifold
36 Remove the Lower Intake Manifold Gasket retaining bolts (2)
37 Remove the Lower Intake Manifold Gasket
38 Place a towel or rags in the lifter valley 
39 OPTIONAL-Remove the valve covers and replace the gaskets
40 Replace the PCV valve in the back valve cover.  In theory it just pulls out, but …..
41 Remove the valve cover gaskets
42 Remove the valve cover bolts and replace the O-Ring type gaskets on each bolt
43 Install the valve cover gaskets in the valve cover
44 Install the valve cover bolts into the valve cover and seat them in the valve cover gaskets
45 Install the valve covers and torque to 105 in-lbs
46 OPTIONAL-Remove the spark plugs (The rear ones are easy to get to at this point)
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