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    its almost that time again Ricky Bobby's Avatar
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    chrysler techs inside plz

    how much of a pain is it to change intake manifold gaskets on a 03 chrysler town and country LXi wifes co worker wants me to do it for $200+parts and Im always Leary about mini vans.

    thanx for any help on this

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    Wasted talent. Car Guy's Avatar
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    You'll be fine, not difficult at all.....
    Last edited by Car Guy; 03-02-2012 at 05:33 PM.

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    Wasted talent. Car Guy's Avatar
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    Upper&Lowers? Then $200 is what I would charge. Their not that bad. The worse thing about them is if you have larger hands and forearms the cowl sticks over the engine.

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    I know on the older ones the cowl came of very easily. Taking it off made life a lot easier for many services.

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    its almost that time again Ricky Bobby's Avatar
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    is it a pretty straight forward swap just dont want to do all the work and then the gaskets still leak never seen the engine on one of these so have no idea what it all is needed

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    not a chrysler tech, but i know those engines are common for head gasket issues........
    GM World Class Certified Technician

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    Send a PM to plumcrazy. He is a chrysler tech.

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