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Intake? coolant leak

I think my 1994 camaro is leaking coolant near the intake. I really hope it isnt the head. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • j1212rod May 18, 2009

    clarification-its a 6 cyl, 3.4

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    honeymokey May 11, 2010

    Whay engine?

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This is a common problem with this engine. The gaskets between the intake manifold and the heads need to be replaced. This will require other gaskets, seals and o-rings. Fel-pro makes a intake gasket kit that comes with everything "gaskets and seals" in it. Ask for the perma-dry gasket if available.

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You can start by pressure testing it. Do you see it coming out by the head? Those are not too bad to fix, leaking into the cylinders or oil chanels could cause more problems. With it just leaking out you may be able to get it fixed by replacing the gasket alone.
Use a straight edge to check if the head is not warped while you have it off.
I hope this is what you are looking for.
Regards
Sam

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