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either inlet manifold or head gasket,big job best advice is to trade it in against the goverments trade in plan and buy a new small car like a VW polo or beetle or a mini ,or better still a citreon C3 diesel ,60mpg on this vehicle think of the saving on petrol and the enviroment
well i am not saying that you are wrong but i am a GM mechanic, and these northstar headgaskets are what make me money. you will not be able to pull the engine through the top like you can for most cars, it will not fit! and yes you do have to pull the engine to do a headgasket because on them northstars, you cannot just pull the valve covers off, you have to lift the front side up and twist them off, and in order to do this you cannot do it with the engine in the car! you have to life the chassis off of the car! not only tht but the reason these head gaskets go bad is because there is not enough meet on the head bolt threads! so you will need to redo the threads on the block so this wont happen in the future! i hope this helps!