a Haynes manual would be your best reference for step-by-step removal and installation of any do-it-yourself work
That would be the 4L60E
about 2000 if your lucky
It would be wise to replace the intake gasket with a new one than to try to fix the old one. How long it would take to replace the gasket would depend on the model, year and engine type you have.
to replace the intake gasket would be about 4 hours labor. parts would run about $50
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Probally the Camaro. But who knows..... put them on the track and find out! I won with the camaro
umm if it was me i would just replace the motor that gasket is way to expensive to have replaced it costs like (10.00) so i would just replace the motor!!!!!
There are several different ones. Low end is pan gasket for less than $100.00 High end is pump gasket for $500 to $1000.00
automatic transmission would have a 3.23 axle ratio.manual transmission would have a 3.42 axle ratio.
If the gasket is replaced by you, then the only cost would be the replacement gaskets which do not cost much.
Around 500.00. Mostly labor, the gasket is only about 35.00
It would take seriously expensive modification
valve cover gaskets, front main seal, rear main seal, timing chain cover gasket, could be any of these. ... How would i change a valve cover gasket on a 96 camaro rs. Their is a steel plate in the way on the left side.
It would be a good race but I think the Z would win in the end.
Swapping a automatic to a 5 speed is a lot of work. You would have to change out all the gears and belts.
I would replace the gasket and be SURE that the PCV valve is working properly. If not it will cause pressure to build in the crankcase ans it has to vent somewhere.
It will leak coolant just like it did before you installed a new gasket and you would have wasted time and money as you will have to take it apart again and replace not only the gasket but that cracked head.
Best choice would be a TH700-R4
Yes, that would be a temporary emergency repair at best. The only permanent fix is to replace the gasket.
This question would be more helpfull for someone to answer you if they knew what vehicle, and what engine you have...
Check fuse if the blower is not working. If it is then replace your heater core. if its not then replace your fan switch.