If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
replace the intake manifold gaskets they have know conditions of leaking
If the valve cover gaskets are leaking, yes.
If it is the pump seal - replace the seal and other related gaskets. If it is the pump itself - replace the entire pump.
if the bearing is noisy or the pump is leaking replace the pump.It is a job to replace but if you wanat to get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM
The oil leak is coming from the valve cover gasket and leaking onto the exhaust manifold, the rubber valve cover gaskets get hard from the engine heat and start to leak, you will have to replace the rubber valve cover gaskets to stop the oil leak
If you are talking about the EXHAUST manifold then most of the time it's the valve cover gasket that is leaking oil. REPLACE VALVE COVER GASKETS. If you are talking about the intake manifold then it has 2 rubber gaskets in the front and rear of it that leak oil real bad. If oil is on the left are right top sides of the intake manifold were the valve covers are then it will be the valve cover gaskets that are leaking oil.
Often the problem is that the anti-siphon valve's cover is simply loose and needs to be tightened. If that doesn't stop the leaking, then remove the cover and replace the gaskets on the cover itself and on the anti-siphon float. Both gaskets can be found at any well-stocked hardware store.
You will need to remove the intake and the exhaust manifolds and then you can remove the heads to replace the gaskets.
Head gaskets do not go bad on these. You need to replace the plastic upper intake manifold as it is leaking coolant into the combustion chamber. Common problem for this engine.
Yes, always replace gaskets on any projects requiring them.
Most common cause for a misfire on the 2.5L is oil in the spark plug holes do to leaking valve cover plug tube seals. You would need to replace plugs, wires, and valve cover gaskets in that situation.Most common cause for a misfire on the 2.5L is oil in the spark plug holes do to leaking valve cover plug tube seals. You would need to replace plugs, wires, and valve cover gaskets in that situation.
Heads do not have to be ground because they are aluminum. If you're taking both heads off then you need 2 new gaskets. It's not a bad Idea to replace both if one is leaking though because the other one might not be far behind.
either the bearing is noisy and driving you crazy or the pump is leaking ,or your truck is over heating and someone is guessing this will fix it
Blue smoke means your engine is leaking oil inside itself and burning up, you'll have to replace various gaskets and seals, depending on where the leak is.
Leaking around the stem when on, replace or add to the packing around the stem. Leaking when shut off, replace the washer.
From inside the trunk.
For sure, replace ALL the gaskets involved. When you purchase, ask for a head gasket set and you will get all the gaskets that are used.
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how many gaskets and which ones are needed when you replace the knock sensor on a Nissan frontier w/a 3.3l v6 engine?
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.
If the hose is leaking, replace it.
Most likely the valve cover gaskets are leaking oil the oil is going into the spark plug tubes replace the valve cover gaskets and plugs it should be o.k.Valve cover gasket. Known issue