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Replace intake maifold gasket on 1999 venture van

Replace intake manifold gasket on 1999 chevrolet venture van 3.4L automatic transmission

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Hi,I just replaced mine.It is not that hard.just buy a manual on it at autozone,and it gives the specifications and step by step directions to dissassemble,and reassemble.I put in new plugs,thermostat,and flushed the motor for around $200.00.runs great!

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