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Telling-How: Change Valve Cover Gasket - GM Buick 3800 V6 (show-How)

this video will "SHOW" How-to (DIY) replace the rubber gasket to a plastic valve cover,in event to prevent any oil leaks. EXPLAINING/in-tell to Valve Cover Removal for the Buick 3800 series II engine in the front wheel drive engine application. Replacing Valve cover Gasket for L67 and L32 V6 engine with a Plastic valve cover.Chech Plastic Valve Cover for Warp-age before replacing its Gasket. Chevy(2004 yr)Impala 3800 series II engine PLEASE - RATE -COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE THANK YOU


 


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