What would it cost to have a shop replace the head gasket on a 1995 Camaro 3.4L V6 with automatic?
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.
On the 1991 3.1 V6 Camaro V6 you have a large amount of oil coming out from the base of the distributor What could cause this to happen?
If you remove the head then of course you replace the head gasket. Where can you get sodium silicate to fix a blown head gasket? Know that adding sodium silicate to an engine is only a temporary fix for a blown head gasket and will not permantly fix the problem. The only permanent fix is to replace the head gasket. I would never add any head gasket fix material to any engine.
What all would need to be replace if you have to replace anything to swap an automatic to a 5 speed in a 2004 KIA spectra?
Would there be water on top of both heads with only one head gasket blown on a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro?
Do you need to replace oil and filter a month later after replacing the head gasket on a diesel van even though it was done when the gasket was replaced?
At the bottom of the transmission unbolt the pan and completely remove the old gasket from the rim then replace it with the new one. You'll need to be careful of the oil spilling out when unbolting and I would replace the fluid and filter while you're at it. The filter is on the bottom of the trans enclosed by the pan.
There is no such car as a 2009 Camaro. GM just came out with a 2010 Camaro which is now available. Before that the last Camaro was made in 2002. 403H.P. from the 6.2 liter V8. Actually the 6.2 liter V8 with stick has 426 HP, I also believe the automatic version has 420 HP with the same motor. Someone would have to answer for the six cylinder versions.
How can i fix Oil leakage problem in 2 stroke generator. i also changed piston rings it is leaking from head can somebody help me?
Saab 95 2.3 eco engine automatic and the oil is emulsifying within days of changing it what would cause this?
Any fwd compact automatic 4cyl. -4 cyl. will get good gas mileage and lessen the chance of speeding - fwd is easier to control in snow/rain than a rwd car(Camaro for example). - automatic because there would be less of a learning curve. - compact car just because used ones are more plentiful, cheaper, easier maintain and replace when they do break/total it.