David PD: Hello, I used your tutorial on my Alero and it worked flawlessly, helped me so much! Thank you very much !!
Lucas Juan: is sim process on Chevy monte Carlo 2004????
brandon smith: So far, I have followed this, step-by-step, to get the manifold out and now I am starting to replace the gaskets. This guy does the best videos ever! Make sure to give 1A Auto http://1aauto.com/ some love and order parts from them. They are great auto pros and they know their stuff!
BrotherKnowtheledge: Thank You
S.Ciprian Ciprian: Over 1000 happy miles on my GM3400SFI after I did the LIM right after your instructions and torque specs. All good, coolant level is fine, oil level is solid. All good! :) Thank's again!
COPYMAN: I've watched all 3 parts of this video series for this model Pontiac and I found it extremely helpful. Thank you for posting it. But I have to say that ROCKAUTO.COM has the exact same Dorman (615-205) gasket kit for about half the price of 1A AUTO. $43.64 (price includes shipping). Sorry guys. My grandfather always told me "my money is better off in my pocket than someone else's"
frankburnsjr: I'm looking for the gasket kit for an '04 Alero, but your site shows that nothing is available for that model year. I thought the '99-'05 Aleros all had the same LA1 V6? If so, would the gasket kit that your site suggests for the '03 work for an '04? If not, would the installation be substantially different than what's shown in this video? Thanks.
Teddy Banks: Working on a 96 Corsica 3.1, I have ordered the 48500 Lisle Push Rod Remover, don't plan to remove the valve covers, they are not leaking, will I still have to remove the PS Pump, there is a motor mount in front of it. I want to keep the parts removed to a minimum. Also not mentioned, should one replace the O-rings on the Injectors?
calebcondie: When you check the oil to see if it's gotten foamy and brown from mixing with coolant, should you check it warm or cold? In other words, will the oil always appear that way if the coolant is getting in, regardless of temperature? I got an '04 Alero with this motor this summer and was warned about intake manifold gaskets going bad. Thanks fellas!
Chris Keegan: Hello, Can you offer any assistance in installing a new bypass pipe (the one that runs underneath the plenum).I have a 2001 Chevy Venture. The old one came right out, the new one has resisted every attempt to drive it into the hold near the thermostat. It's the Dorman part, 626-107, and it by all appearances is too large for the hole. Perhaps a custom tool would facilitate it's insertion, but every normal everyday tool seems useless. Help would be greatly appreciate.
Greg Mitchell: How do you remember how to reassemble this all? Are you using a guide of some kind? Do you recommend a guide? Which one? Head gasket replacement is done at 7:10 right?
black93cobraGT: Any tips on the nut at 8:36? I can't get it out to save my life.
Alonzo Butts: will this work the same with a 2003 malibu
treblarefils: This is pretty much just like the 3100 engine right? I will be doing this job on a 2002 buick century
craiggus365: I am forever in your debt. This 3 part video was almost an exact match for the 2001 Malibu 3100 I did this weekend. 1st time working on a GM and I NEVER would have finished it in 1 day or correctly without you very detailed video. If you are planning to do this job on any of the motors in this family these 3 videos are fantastic! Thank you 1A Auto Parts! You saved my cars life AND my sanity AND my wallet!
swilson7674: Im having a difficult time with the 3rd power steering bolt. Any tooling suggestions? Ive removed the large bolt to access it but still having trouble.
2009jktj: After doing this repair on seven different cars, I would recommend inspecting the camshaft position sensor wiring while the lower intake manifold and power steering pump are out. I've seen the insulation on the sensor wires damaged by the oil/coolant leaking. If needed, it only takes a few minutes to replace the cam sensor. The cam sensor can be seen after the power steering pump is removed at the 15:25 mark in the video if you don't know where to look.
tj32333: is it possible to just replace one gasket or do i have to replace all of them ?
Nate Miller: Do you have a way of organizing all of the bolts or just remember where they go?
James Bond: nice video man thanks but how did you stay so clean? oh and please could you make a video to show where the egr connects to the evap? or what ever it hooks up too and also the rear valve cover hose?
PART 1 of 3 How To Install Replace Lower Intake Manifold Gaskets GM 3.4L V65
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