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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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Welcome to Allpar. It would need the intake assembly replaced. That is why it is sold as an calibrated assembly.
I have never been successful at repairing the valve shaft/actuator and it does not turn a full 90 degrees.
 

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Slightly better fuel economy and emissions (every little bit helps). The intake runner butterflies 'break-up' the intake air stream and create a swirl/turbulence/vortices for better burn and combustion characteristics during low intake air speeds entering the cylinder. The butterflies open fully under wide open throttle to eliminate the air stream restriction.
 

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Something sounds like it bound-up or over-rotated if the mating slot has splayed. What was the fault 'P' code? Did the dealer have a possible explanation of what may have happened? They are available separately, but which caused caused the damage?

For vehicles built after 3-21-07 but before 12-3-07 with intake manifold part number release at or newer than the following:  04884495AF  04884881AD  04884882AD Replace the intake manifold flow control actuator. For vehicles built after 12-4-07 test and inspect the intake manifold flow control valve actuator wiring. Remove the intake manifold flow control actuator and feel the manifold actuator shaft turning effort. It should be smooth al low effort. Be aware it only moves a few degrees. If the intake manifold actuator wiring and actuator shaft movement checks ok swap an actuator from another vehicle and test drive to see if the code resets.
 
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