There are numerous home uses for gaskets. Some common uses for gaskets at home include using them to repair or construct pipes for use in heating or water flow.
You cannot repair a blown head gasket, you must remove the heads and replace the gasket.
well you dont repair the gasket itself you just replace them.
if the miles on the engine aren't too high, then just replace the head gaskets. if the whole engine is tired go ahead and swap out the motor. its a lot cheaper to do the gaskets then to buy a new motor.
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i suggest you get a repair book.it is not easy
More than likely you will have to remove the head but, you can try injecting a product such as Seafoam or Techron into the engine through a vacuum hose and it may or may not work. Follow the directions to the letter. I have seen it work but I have also seen it fail to help. Worth a try for the $6 it will cost to try.
No reason to if the intake gasket is the only problem you have. If engine was running smooth and was not overheated then there is no reason to fool with the HEAD gaskets
AnswerThe pump should run anywhere between $20-$30. I'm not sure how much the gaskets are.The gasket set consists of 3 gaskets and runs about $4.
No, they can be replaced with the engine in the vehicle, but it is not an easy repair.
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Short answer, remove the heads and replace the head gaskets. If you want to know exactly how to do this, then purchase an Hayne's or Chilton's repair manual for your car.
have you had the head gaskets replaced you might have blown head gaskets or warped heads on the block this is a costly repair check your water for oil or check your oil for water this will help to determin if they are ... have you had the head gaskets replaced you might have blown head gaskets or warped heads on the block this is a costly repair check your water for oil or check your oil for water this will help to determin if they are ...
The intake & exhaust manifold must be removed. Then the head must must be removed. A very difficult repair and not a repair a novice should attempt.
Purchase a Chilton Auto Repair Manual, and follow the instructions. Remember to take your time and get all of the gaskets you will need to do the work. Head, Valve, Pleneum, and possibly the Exuast Maniflod Gaskets.
This is a major repair requiring the removal of the intake and exhaust manifold, and then the removal of the heads. Not a DIY repair unless you have the knowledge, and tools necessary to accomplish this repair. If you want to tackle this job, I suggest you buy yourself a repair manual for your Pontiac.
It runs to some money, yeah. The gaskets themselves are not terribly expensive. The labor, however . . .
Heads must be removed, inspected for warpage and cracks, and new gaskets installed.
It's probably The spark plug well gaskets. You need to remove valve cover and replace the gaskets for the spark plug wells and valve cover. it's a easy repair. It's probably The spark plug well gaskets. You need to remove valve cover and replace the gaskets for the spark plug wells and valve cover. it's a easy repair.
I would suggest you invest in a repair manual. It cost around $12 at most auto parts stores, and will contain the info you need to complete this repair and many others. It will pay for itself with this one repair
old gaskets, replace asap or risk losing your engine or transmission or some other catastrophic repair
You have to remove the valve covers and maybe 30-11 other parts to get there. Go to your local library for a shop manual. They don't always have the exact model but you can learn the process of a possible repair.
The head gaskets must be replaced. This is a major repair that should only be undertaken by a professional.
That depends on the type of skimmer in ground or above ground and from what material it is made, The water is leaking between gaskets
If it is the pump seal - replace the seal and other related gaskets. If it is the pump itself - replace the entire pump.