Question about 1998 Buick Park Avenue
Hello I just took it appart in 2 and a half hours..I am a novice/ametur mech....You have to first unplug all your wires to the fuel rail/altinators/fuel lines/clips all around the top of the engine...Remove altinator/carefuully remove the coolant housing and adjustment pully/then remove a few brackets with the ten mm socket...You then take off the 10 bolts holding the black plentum/then u will see the 12 bolts holding the intake...You remove those and 2 hidden bolts in the intake and BAM she is out..!!!
If I skipped a few things they are self explainatory...Basically unhook a line here.....disconnect a small plug there....VERY EASY GIG i recomend all to do it.!!!!!!!!!!!!! ME 32 yrs old and 2 and a half hours and a bucket of sockets and 100$ For top and bottom gaskets..Both of mine were shyt
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Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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