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Blown intake monifold

After replacing intake its still popping in to intake on low RPM

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Doesn't mean it's intake manifold , could be burnt intake valve . Have a cylinder compression test to find weak cylinder , then do cylinder leak down test ! If you are unfamiliar with this , I suggest you take it to a ASE certified repair shop ! IF it is a burnt intake valve that cylinder hear will have to be taken off an taken to a automotive machine shop !

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