Question about 1997 Chevrolet Venture
Sometimes the head gasket blows from too much back pressure caused by blocked exhaust or cat. convertor. This will happen if the heads were not checked for warpage & cracks. Also if poor quality head gaskets were used &/or improper torquing precedure, this problem will occur. It may be wise to get a complete long block that has been rebuilt & warranted for at least a year. Make sure you have no exhaust restrictions because antifeeze in the exhaust will wreck the cat. convertor. Good luck with your rebuild!
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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