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Is it necessary to have the valves done on a 1988 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 when you are replacing headgaskets?


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2015-07-16 18:03:30
2015-07-16 18:03:30

Hey Dave==It is not necessary but probably recommended as it is possible that soon the valves will burn. It will also get rid of all of the carbon on the valves and let the engine breathe better.GoodluckJoe

it is defanitly worth having a machine shope magna-flux the head for cracks and make sure the deck is straight. I would also replace any worn valves at the same time, but you should not have to repalce all of them.


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