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    I NEED HELP CHANGING OUT HEAD GASKET

    2003 with blown head gasket dont know were to start.

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    If you don't know where to start, pay someone to do it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyjay View Post
    2003 with blown head gasket dont know were to start.
    Same basic idea as all with all other cars, although a bit more like a V engine than an I (in that you have a pair of the things).

    Pull the engine out, take the heads off, put them back on, put the engine back in.

    If you don't know how to do this properly, I'd highly suggest finding someone who knows how to, and helping them do it for you.

    Fortunately, I have some uncles who would help me with something like that if I needed it done, but you may have friends, local mechanics, etc.
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