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How do you repair a 2004 Toyota Camery Head gasket

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I suggest you go to your local library and ask for the tech info on how to do it. for about 10cent a copy, it beats the haynes man., which is my 2nd sugg.

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replacing a head gasket is a major repair and really should not be attempted if you dont have adequate knowledge and experince withthe process. That said, the head gasket is sandwiched between the cylinder head and the engine block. It requires removing everything from the top of the motor, then removing the cylinder head itself. The old gasket must be completely scraped off the head and the top of the block and any adhesive removed as well... The new gasket is placed on the top of the block in it correct place. Each side of the gasket must be covered with a thin coat of gasket compound. The place the head on top of the gasket, sandwiching it in between and replace the head bolts and torque them down to the required torque. Replace everything removed from top of motor in reverse order. Keep in mind that in replacing a head gasket, it is entirely possible that your problem may be the head itself instead of the gasket. While the head is off, take it to a machine shop and have them inspect it and if its needs it, have them repair it. Again . this is not a do it yourself job.

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