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How do you repair a cylinder head gasket on a 1994 cavalier

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You have to take the head off , i gather you mean the gasket..once removed got to check the head for cracks n warping but to rlace needs to be very clean both head and block .. the gasket normally comes with tightening sequence and torque settings

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