Question about 1999 Buick Regal
Replaced the upper intake manifold and all engine gaskets. I removed the heads and did not disassemble the push rods, valve springs or rocker arms. No external leaks are visible but when I put the garden hose in the radiator the water goes all the way to the oil pan. Help what internal issues do I still have? What can I do to correct the problem? Manifold? Take apart the heads? I am at a loss. Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: would removing the heads, without taking each rocking arm valve spring and push rod off, just lifting off the head, changing all lower and upper gaskets and a new upper intake manifold, than just put
No idea what the main vehicle problem is, or how
it was tested, to determine you need to make repairs
Why are you suggesting removing the cylinder heads
if your only changing failed intake gaskets?
Who is going to do this work? Usually if you have to ask,
it isn't the vehicle owner
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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