Back Crossover/Heater Manifold Repair

serge1060

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My 2012 LR4 was leaking at the back and found this back heater manifold tube leaking. I’m going to work on it as soon as I get the part. Thank you very much for doing this video. This is very helpful for me.
 

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My 2012 LR4 was leaking at the back and found this back heater manifold tube leaking. I’m going to work on it as soon as I get the part. Thank you very much for doing this video. This is very helpful for me.

If you are taking things apart enough to get to the back crossover, you might as well do the front one, too. And if you are doing the front one, you might as well replace the water pump and associated tubes as well.
 

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No, intake manifold needs to come off. Just did the front crossover and heater manifold on my 2010. Overall pretty easy job. I used painters tape to cover intake ports. Hardest part was getting the heater manifold bolts off and reinstalled without dropping them. A bit fiddly, but not too bad.
 

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