2003 Pontiac Montana Q&A

2003 Pontiac Montana Question: intake gaskets

how do you replace the intake gaskets on a montana 2003 -
Answer 1
Replacing the upper and lower intake manifold gaskets on a 2003 Pontiac Montana van is a 6+ hour job for a professional technician. It is a very complicated job which would take way to long to explain here. If you are intent on doing this your self I would suggest you purchase a repair manual and review the procedure before making your final decision. -
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