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Old 03-19-2005, 01:33 PM
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what are the steps to replacing a head gasket

what are the steps to replacing a heads gasket on a 95 Dodge Caravan 4cyl. engine anyway? and are there bearings that have to be replaced?

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if you want to do it yourself, go to the parts store and the the HAYNES (not chilton) manual for your car. it's the best going and will guide you step by step with instructions and pics.
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thank you guru ill do that
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i also lived in alaska guru .... anchorage, kenai,.....
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if you want to do it yourself, go to the parts store and the the HAYNES (not chilton) manual for your car. it's the best going and will guide you step by step with instructions and pics.
If you want a really good manual, the best investment you can make is in a Factory Service Manual (FSM). These can be bought from Chrysler through Dyment Distribution. No parts store manual comes close.

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ok

i took a motocycle engine apart once andput the thing back together and it was cake cant be too bad
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Getting through the FI and wiring can be a bit tricky. Haynes manual will work. A service manual might be of more help but if your mechanically inclined at all you should be okay.
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