Question about 2000 Toyota Tundra
My advice is that you purchase a quality repair manual as that most modern manufacturers have very specific procedures for removing and installing cylinder heads. Disregarding those procedures can damage the head and possibly the block itself. Not to mention leading to repeat failures and I'm guessing you don't want to repeat this job within your next 4 or 5 oil changes give or take. Also it comes to mind although second nature to myself, I hope you checked the block deck surface and the head for warpage deflection cracking scorching etc because it dont matter how good your head gaskets are if the components dont meet service limit its just going to be a repeat failure. Sorry I couldn't give you specific info Im not really a Toyota guy, but I hope you take my advice and save yourself some money and the headache of having to do it again.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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