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What would it cost to have a shop replace the head gasket on a 1995 Camaro 3.4L V6 with automatic?

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2004-11-16 06:54:24
2004-11-16 06:54:24

About $600.00 at a local shop, and it would be both sides- effectively the heads being rebuilt. At a dealer, the cost would automatically be double the above amount.

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