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(1999 Pontiac Grand Am)
in Chicago, IL on April 24, 2010
I have had my intake replaced, when the motor was open,i could see the head holes. When the intake was replaced should their had been anything done to the head,as far as applying a sealant to it? should the bolts been replaced or tighten with a certain tool? If its easier you can reach me jaihooks@yahoo.com Thanks Or if you can repair contact me PLEASE $500.00 is all I have.
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on April 24, 2010
the job at our shop is about 800 totally done.
as far a sealant goes, only the edges get the sealant. there is no end gaskets. a couple of light dabs on the gaskets on the heads to hold the gasket, they sit in a dowel hole. do not mix up the push rods as they are different lengths. get a gm gasket set as they have new updated gaskets that include new bolts and torque values. take your time. it is a labor intense job but stright forward. just a lot of disassembly and re assembly.

Roy
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on April 24, 2010
the job at our shop is about 800 totally done.
as far a sealant goes, only the edges get the sealant. there is no end gaskets. a couple of light dabs on the gaskets on the heads to hold the gasket, they sit in a dowel hole. do not mix up the push rods as they are different lengths. get a gm gasket set as they have new updated gaskets that include new bolts and torque values. take your time. it is a labor intense job but stright forward. just a lot of disassembly and re assembly.

Roy
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