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What is an Intercooler Seal?
An Intercooler Seal is an O-ring-shaped seal that sits between the intercooler and the engine. It prevents oil from leaking from the engine into the intercooler or other components.
What are the signs of a faulty Intercooler Seal?
Signs of a faulty Intercooler Seal include oil leaking from the engine, a decrease in engine performance, and visible signs of oil on the seal itself.
Can a faulty Intercooler Seal cause damage?
Yes, a faulty Intercooler Seal can cause damage to the engine and other components due to the oil leakage.
How do you replace an Intercooler Seal?
To replace an Intercooler Seal:
- Disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Remove the air intake system.
- Unbolt the intercooler from the engine.
- Remove the old seal.
- Install the new seal.
- Bolt the intercooler back to the engine.
- Reinstall the air intake system.
- Reconnect the negative battery cable.
How often should you inspect an Intercooler Seal?
Intercooler Seals should be inspected every 2-3 months or after any hard driving, such as towing or off-roading.