i own a 2001 buick century custom and when i drive it its ok till its gets hot then its stays hot and will only let me go to about 25 to 30 mph and when i looked under my hood i saw a leak of some water slightly spiting out right under my intake manifold do i need a new intake manifold gasket or do i need new head gaskets cause my car still starts and still has power when i step on the gas any one have any thoughts they could share would help out alot
intake manifold gasket help on 2001 Buick Century
by andrew custom in Las Vegas, NV on November 24, 2010
ANSWER by ZeeTech on November 25, 2010
Make sure the oil is not milky. If it's OK, just get the intake manifold replaced. There are improved gaskets available. Zee
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