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Thread: 4100 Updated intake gasket set

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    EDEBOLT is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    4100 Updated intake gasket set

    I recently purchased a 1985 fleetwood with the 4100 and was wondering
    if there is any way, without disassembling, a person can tell if the updated intake manifold gaskets have been installed. Thanks for the help

    Eric DeBolt

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    awadecki is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
    Automobile(s): 76 Eldo (54k), 76 Eldo (52k), 78 Eldo (9k), 85 Deville (43k)
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    Re: 4100 Updated intake gasket set

    Nope. You'll need to disassemble it to find out.

    If it's an early 1985 model, there may not even be a gasket, just RTV sealant.

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    tallpat is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
    Automobile(s): 1986 Coupe Deville
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    Columbia, Maryland, United Sta

    Re: 4100 Updated intake gasket set

    I just did the intakes last year on my 86 Coupe the new ones are Blue and can be seen easily however if they have been replaced a few years ago oil, grease and heat can make it difficult to ID.


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