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How to replace the Intake manifold gasket on a 1996 Chevy Astro?

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2014-10-07 02:12:18
2014-10-07 02:12:18

Remove the intake manifold retaining bolts from your 1996 Chevy Astro Van. Remove the manifold gasket and clean the surface. Reverse the process to install the new intake manifold gasket.

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