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Headgasket I have a blown head gasket ina 1990 voyager I need to know how to fix it

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I think i might have the repair manual for that year make and model i got a box full of them

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    ill look and get back to you on that

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First of all you need to a repair manual for the car.
it will be hard to write down all the step and attached all of the diagram for the removal and re-installation of the head gasket. (pretty much cover 2 chapter of the book), and the sequence tightening and specifaction for each of the bolt on the head.

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