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Fixing a blown head gasket. - 1994 Lexus GS 300

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-12-2018

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Before one would even think of replacing a head gasket, TOOLS become a main issue hear. You'll need a torque wrench which does not come cheaply. You'll need a complete set of metric and aAmerican sockets and a ratchet handle. You also need to know the exact order in which to retorque the headbolts. Considering that the vehicle is at least 15 years old you'll probably need a torch set for the exhaust manifold bolts. Have I sparked some fear here yet? Then comes timing with the belt. If you've never done a timing belt, it's time to bow down to your local mechanic. It will run in the area of $400.00-$800.00 to leave a little wiggle room. Thanks, Dana
Replacing head gaskets are a pain in the but. If you are not mechanicaly inclined take it in. Or you'll just do more damage.
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