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Replacing an removing a headgasket

I have a 95 Chevy Camaro I need to remove the old headgasket an put the new one in but i ran into a problem i can't seem to get to it I would like to know the best way to do this thanks

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You must have the 3.4L engine, famous for head gaskets failing. Most mechanics will want to drop the motor and tranny out the bottom to make the head gasket accessible. If you're patient and you don't mind skinned knuckles, you can finesse the plenum out and get at it from the top, but it's a lot harder. I was lucky and a mechanic friend did it for me (and sent the heads out to be remilled). That was a couple of years ago. I'm still driving my '95, with about 188K miles to date.

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