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Old 11-09-2007, 05:46 PM   #1
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im starting to do the work to my riv when i saw this




im not sure what it could be im pretty sure that it is the intake gaskets tho
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The coolant sitting under the TB area? It probably came from the TB when you pulled it off. It'* got coolant that runs through it.
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I agree. I removed my TB to clean it about a month ago and that is exactly what happens.
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Corey, did you use a new gasket?
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Not to be rude. clean that thing will ya

it does look like its just coolant from when you removed the TB, no biggy.
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i have another TB thats i cleaned and polished all up, it looks better then new, it has all new IAC, TP, and MAF
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wait, what damage?
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