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Valve cover gasket

How much would it cost to buy new valve cover gasket for 1998 Plymouth Breeze and how would you install it?

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Buy the package that come with valves cover gasket and 4 spark plugs tube seals. Its around $10 - $20 and for replace it only remove the pcv valve tube, the sparks plugs cables and ignition coils. Its so easy!! remove the valves cover, only have 10 screws. Try to buy original Plymounth gaskets or Felpro.

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