Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
Blazer runs fine has all kinds of power. some one told me it must be the lower intake manafold gasket is this true if so how hard is it to change?
If you have coolant in your oil there is 99% chance it is your intake gaskets. It is about a 6 hour job. You will need mechanical ability. This job involves removing every thing on top of the motor, including the distributor and AC pump. You will also need to remove the whole bracket assembly off the drivers side of the motor that the AC pump bolts to in order to remove the intake. Do not out off getting it fixed because the coolant will destroy the bearings in the motor. Also use the new felpro metal gaskets.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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