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HOW TO REPAIR A HEAD GASKET IN A HONDA ACCORD 1998 EX?

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  • peterbrand Feb 02, 2009

    i have a rover 414 and just had the head gasket done but now getting a misfire and loss of power

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Its alot of work, depending how knowledgeable you are in the this field its not impossible but the head has to be removed completely to replace gasket. I would recommend sending head to a machine shop to be machined and check for warpage or faults like crack etc. I would also recommend changing all seals in timing are along with the belts and the water pump and when you are done you should have a pretty new engine. Contact if you need more help and Good Luck. Thanks for using FIX YA

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