56.00 for the part and 100.00 per hour for labor In Canada the part is abound 30$ and 3 hours labour I wish it was $100 per hour My dealer is $82
The only fix for a bad intake gasket is to remove the intake manifold and replace the gasket.
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Probably just a leaking intake gasket. When it's surging, try pressing downward (with most of your bodyweight) on the intake. If it settles out you need to replace the intake gasket.
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Yes. My 2000 Saturn had a leaking intake gasket, idle about 1900. Also caused misfire in idle and extreme acceleration. Test for leak using brake cleaner on suspected leak. I replaced gasket and all problems fixed.
by the lower intake manifold while you are doing this you should replace the intake manifold gasket anyway because it will leak sooner or later.
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Get a manual on your car to make sure everything is torqued right .
Here is a link that shows how to replace the intake manifold gasket. Bolt locations and torque settings. Hope this helps.
Unbolts the (2) 12mm bolts from the back of the Intake Manifold (next to the TB), take off and replace it with new gasket.
The camshaft closest to the intake manifold (closest to the passenger cabin) is the intake camshaft on the dual camshaft Saturn engines.
Assuming this is a 4.3L engine, the upper intake manifold gasket would be between the upper intake manifold and the lower intake manifold.
You need to replace your intake manifold gasket. Chevy had a bad problem with these gaskets.
Having a head gasket replaced on a 2000 Amigo can be replaced but it can be hard depending on if the mechanic has the right instructions. Also, depending on the condition of the head gasket can depend on how hard it is replace the gasket.
The 2000 Saturn does not have a distributor. Instead it uses a "coil pack" system.
i have the haynes book from auto zone for mine, it has step by step instructions for taking off your intake manifold. i know cause im pretty sure my gasket just blew saturday.....so i been researching it also
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You will need to replace the intire intake Gasket if you are SURE it is leaking were the gasket goes. On most of those engines it will be a BAD intake and ford redesigned the intake manifold. But it sounds like it has already been replaced scents it has got the alum. crossover bar. You need to look real close at the gaskets.
Drivers side behind the intake manifold.
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
Low Coolant. Poor coolant circulation. Intake gasket. Head gasket.
Look down into the intake through the throttle body. If you see alot of oil in the intake the pan on the bottom of the intake is leaking. You will need to remove the intake and replace the plenumn pan gasket. I have seen this gasket leak and cause oil consumption as high as 1 quart in 250 miles.
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Transmission filters are INSIDE the transmission. You need to remove the transmission oil pan. When you replace the filter, plan on replacing the pan gasket as well.