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99 Taco Head Gasket repair #857903 01/06/08 02:42 AM
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Am looking for anything on 99 Tacoma head gasket repair I have the dealer repair manual. Seems simple enough but I'd like to hear from some one whos been there already..k <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/zombie.gif" alt="" />


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Re: 99 Taco Head Gasket repair [Re: ragtoy99] #857904 01/06/08 07:02 PM
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I have done lots of them; not too bad of a job, if you have the tools and experiance. You can knock the job out in around 6 hours or so if you have everything prepped and all the parts ready to go.

Take your time and be sure to use a torque wrench and the proper torque sequence. Also triple check the timing marks when you line it all back up.


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