dave schinke: this video is perfect awesome i ordered the gaskets now i could see rite on the bottom of the v shape in that manifold it dripping out behind the power steering. i like the way this guy thinks cause its cutting every corner instead of trying to show off and take off un needed parts and complicate things by taking out the push rods etc this was the best video online for mike doesnt lie
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?
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.
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.
PART 1 of 3 How To Install Replace Lower Intake Manifold Gaskets GM 3.4L V65
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