Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Do the rear ports on each gasket ned to be removed, or the one where the heater hose goes, or the one on the other side? Could not tell when I removed the intake. Thanks!
Question... do you still have the old gasket? if you do... just use that as your guide... if not... i couldn't tell you man, the only thing is... i hope you saved the old gasket... because if you didn't... then there's nothing anyone can do for you... your only option is just to take it to the chevy house and have it done... sorry, like you said... you couldn't tell when you removed the intake... and well... if you leave out a hole... or have a hole where you're not suppse to... things are going to get interesting for you... either you won't get it started... or... you may very well catch the car on fire because the fuel may go into some place that causes a spark... and things will go bad very quickly... so for your safety... just let the chevy house do it... o.k.
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