Replace the gasket.
you can go to any auto parts store and get a Hayes repair manual this will tell you how to fix your problems. Hope that will help with your intake gasket problems
NO. You MUST replace the intake gasket.
By replacing the whole gasket.
You take off the carburater and the intake. Clean the old gasket off and install the new one.
It would be wise to replace the intake gasket with a new one than to try to fix the old one. How long it would take to replace the gasket would depend on the model, year and engine type you have.
no, You will have to replace the intake gasket, CAUTION DO NOT USE STOP LEAK.
$2200 is what I spent but it was head gasket and intake gaskets.
blown head gasket is the usual reason for oil in coolant or radiator. sad part is if you have already replaced intake gasket, u wasted your money as you will have to replace again when you fix head gasket
try checking the gasket around the intake that should fix it
Blown intake manifold gasket or blown head gasket, figure on $600 to $650 to get intake gasket fixed and if a head gasket your looking at least $1,000.
How to fix this depends on where specifically it is leaking from.
Had the same problem with my 2003 Axiom... It was my intake gasket. 50 dollar gasket.... easy fix
You will need to replace the intake gaskets to fix your problem. The HEAD GASKETS will not be your problem.
Go to a Car Repair Shop
If you have a leaky intake manifold gasket, one or more cylinders may run extra lean. A lean burn condition can result in excess combustion heat and eventually burn valves or burn through a piston. Most mechanics will strongly recommend that you repair a leaking intake manifold gasket.
no you need to replace the lower intake gaskets . P.S. should have the rear head checked for leaks also they are known to leak also
No it will not. The only thing that will fix a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
if water is in oil,could be a bad headgasket!have it checked out!or a bad intake gasket.
Take it to a mechenic asap....lady%preach
The only fix is to remove the head and replace the gasket.
Replace the head gasket is the only fix.
pull the intake and fix the secondary runners
With a new valve gasket
You're buggered. That would be a failed head gasket/intake manifold gasket. Had it happen on my 2002 GA GT around 85K miles. GM had severe issues with this in all its V6 cars between about 1996 and 2004. Plan on spending somewhere around $1200 to fix it.