Not really, if you don't get the injecters set right you will cause more problems then you all ready have, best bet, replace the motor, you can pick a 5.7liter up at your local Chevy dealer for 1200.00, that will be about what youll spend for this to be fixed if not more but youll be left with your old engine, put in a new one & swap over the manifold & in on easy sweep & put on your water pump & install & your good to go.AnswerThere is no need to replace the engine. The gasket can be replaced for a lot less than the cost of a new engine($500 vs. $5000 Cdn.)If you have never done this before, take it to a professional. AnswerNO,If you remove your heads to replace the gaskets you will want to have the machined to be square again. Not positive but I think the heads are alum. in that year. Check with a pro. But you will want to have them machined. If you don't you can run into alot of problems later. Answernor a novice mechnic its not a good idea the heads on a 98 vortes are cast iron and will need to be milled and magna fluxed but if you do one you have to do the other so both head will have to be done or your engine will have have promblem with compression and power loss
Changing out a manifold gasket can be a difficult job for a novice. However, that is not to say that a mechanically-inclined novice cannot do it. A good repair manual with step-by-step procedures, such as Hayne's or Chilton's, is a valuable assett for any "novice" mechanic. After removing the cylinder head, it might be wise to have it examined for warpage at a machine shop - especially if the gasket blew due to overheating - and have it resurfaced. Get a valve job done on it while it is there.
Yes. Major job, not for the inexperienced novice.
It will take a skilled mechanic approximately 5 hours to change the fuel pump in your 1991 Mercury Cougar. It can take a novice mechanic much longer.
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Very difficult. The aluminum engine cradle must be dropped several inches on the right (passgr) side just to gain access. the Mitchell Guide rates this job at about 4.2 hrs, and in my opinion should not be attempted by a novice mechanic.
It will take approximately 15 minutes, per wheel, for an experience mechanic to change the brake pads and the rotor. A novice mechanic, doing the job in their driveway, will take considerably longer.
Major job!! Not for the novice mechanic! If you're going to try it; first, buy a Chilton's or Haynes manual and second, make sure the timing is at TDC before doing anything else.
The oil pump is ran off the crank and is in the timing cover which requires removing the valve cover and timing cover. Not recommended for the novice mechanic.
This is a major repair that should only be attempted by a professional. This is not a DIY repair for a novice.
Take it to a mechanic unless you are really familiar with cars. I am doing one right now, all dash assembley, including structural frame have to be removed to access this. Not a job for a novice.
Intake & exhaust manifold must be removed. Then the head must be removed. head inspected for cracks or warping, and new head gasket installed. Not a repair for a novice.
It will take and experience mechanic six hours to replace your 1996 Chevy truck flywheel. A novice mechanic will take several more hours.
You Don'tThis is a job for a professional with the tools and knowledge necessary for this repair. Not a job for a novice. ^^^^^^^^this is not the best answer that someone gaveits not that complicated takes basic skillsemail me and i will give you step by step instruction
Replacing ANY head gasket is a labor intensive job. It involves removing many bolts and connections and then re installing them with the proper amount of torque. You will also have to drain, flush and refill the coolant system. It is NOT a job for a novice. I recommend taking it to a certified shop or dealer.
You will have to remove the transmission. That is not a job for a novice. You need to take it to a repair shop and let them diagnosis and repair it.
A clutch replacement in your 1995 Nissan can be very difficult for a novice mechanic. An experience mechanic will take approximately 3 hours to complete the task.
Not a job for a Novice as you have to lower the fuel tank as it is ontop of it ......
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You timing belt replacement will cost approximately $500. Replacing the timing belt is very complicated and detailed. A novice mechanic should not attempt to do it.
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Probably. Only the inline engines from that era would be more straight forward than that one. Have fun. As a licensed mechanic I would suggest doing three things before you proceed. Obtain the proper manual ,READ IT ,also make sure you have the proper tools, torque wrench ,timing light , feeler gauges eg. And last but not least, have someone you can call that does REALLY know what their doing in case you have problems. == Answer= i also suggest taking it to a car wash and clean it off very good with the pressure washer it makes life alot easier
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I do not recommend the novice mechanic doing any work on the ac components. But if you want to do this get it discharged and then special tools to undo the connectors. Basically it.