When your Land Rover Defender 90 left the factory, it was destined for a driver who values British engineering in their automobile. Land Rover vehicle enthusiasts have come to expect a certain level of versatility when driving their Defender 90 around town. Anyone who owns a Land Rover knows that when it comes to fixing their vehicle only the most superior replacement parts will do. Obviously, you didn't buy your Defender 90 unless you understood you would be getting long-lasting quality and dependability both rolled up into one car, truck, or SUV.
As a Land Rover Defender 90 driver, you risk doing harm to your engine if you do not maintain the proper air/fuel or compression ratio. If you can't accelerate quickly or notice a gas smell, a replacement Land Rover Defender 90 intake manifold gasket is probably going to be required to fix the engine in your vehicle. Many replacement intake manifold gaskets are made of a pulp or cork composite material, rubber, or silicone. High-performance engines may have a metal or synthetic intake manifold gasket due to high heat or compression conditions.
At Car Parts Discount, we have live customer service members here with enough expertise to help you purchase the appropriate Land Rover Defender 90 part for your project or repair. When your Land Rover requires a new replacement Intake Manifold Gasket, there's no need to trust any store other than the authority, Car Parts Discount. Don't let a Intake Manifold Gasket repair bring about the demise of your car, truck, or SUV, and don't risk lowering its resale value by using anything but the best repair parts. When it comes to Land Rover Defender 90 Intake Manifold Gasket parts, you can find them for 1997, 1995, 1994 models by clicking the appropriate year below.
Vehicle Install Locations: Front Left, Front Right
This is a brand new Land Rover Intake Manifold Gasket. If your Rover is loosing compression or operating at an unhealthy air/fuel mixture, it may be the result of a blown gasket. Replace it with a new one, and get back on the road.
If your Rover is loosing compression or operating at an unhealthy air/fuel mixture, it may be the result of a blown gasket. These are the same gaskets being sold at shops across the country for double the price.