I had to replace the Intake Manifold Gasket in my car. One week Iam having the same trouble again. On the labor description is says: Intake Manifold Gasket-Remove aned replace. Does that mean also mean the Manifold it self? Also, I was told that they could not replace the oil pan gasket that cost $10.80 and labor was $306.00. What reason why they could not of and why would they still charge me for it? I was told by another mech. that the manifold was sodar together. And not replace.
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1999 Chevrolet Malibu
Question: Intake Manifold Gasket
Answer #1hemicuda April 20, 2009, 14:44Master
No it means remove and replacing the gaskets only not the intake manifold, Bring your car to a Napa auto care center http://www.napaautocare.com/ConsumerNew/index.aspx at least they will tell you what your vehicle needs and will stand behind their repairs with a warranty