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2005 impala,head gasket blown,over heating and white smoke.water in oil.Should i do it myself?Also i heard complaints about the manifold intake gasket,that cause cold air to come in when driving this also is happening to my car,and was thiknig of getting it done too.Where is that located at?

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Thats a common problem on the vehicle,As a gm technician ive replaced alot of intake gaskets on that engine.Its very possible you just have a intake gasket leaking into the crankcase.I would suggest if you do not have experience with this engine,to have a shop diagnose the problem and repair it.

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