the best advice for the head gasket issue is to spend a few dollars and purchase a manual for your car. it will pay for itself and can be referred to when everyone is sleeping. don't try to do it without thoroughly reading all related info and following recommended procedures before buying any additional parts. God bless. John 3:16
how do i replace a blown head gasket on a 98 Toyota corolla
Average cost to replace a head gasket is $1000
just found out today-$460!
I was told by a mechanic $30 for gaket. $50 for labor. I think this could be done with $20 for gasket $40 for labor
Change the valve cover gasket.
how to replace valve cover gasket toyota rav4 2001
you have put a new head gasket on it.
see this site. www.ehow.com/how_4507846_replace-valve-cover-gasket-toyota.html - 51k -
were do I start
replace head gasket
replace the air idle control sensor on the throttle body ********* also check for vacuum leaks, hoses fallen off or deterioriated, or intake manifold gasket
Replacing the head gasket on any vehicle is a long and complicated process, however if you wish to see basic step-by-step instructions go to the related question on the right side of the page "How do you replace a head gasket?"
Replace the head gasket is the only fix.
It might be a broken gasket.
The average cost to replace a head gasket on the 1992 Toyota Camry varies slightly with the area where you are located. The replacement can cost as little as 700 dollars and as much as 1300 dollars.
The oil pan gasket is replaced by draining and removing the oil pan from underneath the vehicle. Be cautious when removing the pan as some oil will remain inside. Clean the edge of the pan with a light solvent to remove all of the old gasket, then dry thoroughly. Replace the gasket and reinstall the pan, torquing the bolts to specification.
To replace the oil pan gasket on the Cavalier you need the tool box to open where it is located. After opening, you can proceed to replace the oil pan gasket.
Big job; get a HAYNES manual $19 at an auto store. Replacing the head gasket on any vehicle is a long and complicated process, however if you wish to see basic step-by-step instructions go to the related question on the right side of the page "How do you replace a head gasket?"
good question....mine just blew too and it only has 115,000 miles on it!
It's not hard but time consuming.
Just reverse the way you took it off 'except' make sure there's no gasket material left on the seating surface and the gasket is in excellent condition on the valve cover. If you have any doubt replace the gasket. Cheers
located at the end of the upper radiator hose. remove two bolts, replace with new parts remember to replace the gasket.
It should about 1 hour of labor (~$70) + plus gasket (~$10-25).
4 cylinder: half of hour of work (~$30-40) + the gasket (~$20-30).
You need to remove the head cylinder and replace the gasket. You will need at least to get a good manual if you want to do it on your own.