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Should i replace the head gasket? or would it be easier to replace the engine?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blown head gasket
I would change both, as well as use new head bolts. Make sure your heads are not warped or cracked, especially the one that is leaking. There may not be any need to change the head if it is not cracked. These are prone to blowing a gasket especially after 150K miles or so. It will not cost a huge additional amount to change both head gaskets since the engine will have to be disassembled down to the heads anyway. Hope this helps you, Rick
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timing cover has marks on it,line it up with pulley,remove pulley and cover,check to see if any marks on camshaft.un do tensioner.to be sure make your own marks
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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