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So it is looking like i have some leaking from the valve covers, so i'd like to change the valve cover/sparkplug gaskets. Is it pretty much pulling off the plastic sparkplug wire covers, removing the intake unbolting the valve covers and changing their gaskets. Is there any little tricks or problems i need to be cautious of???? Any help would be awesome.

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So it is looking like i have some leaking from the valve covers, so i'd like to change the valve cover/sparkplug gaskets. Is it pretty much pulling off the plastic sparkplug wire covers, removing the intake unbolting the valve covers and changing their gaskets. Is there any little tricks or problems i need to be cautious of???? Any help would be awesome.

Anyone?? :huh:

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that's the bulk of it, but i'd recommend changing the water pump, temp sensor, and a coolant flush.

It had a full timing job including, Timing belt, tensioners, pulleys, thermostat, water pump, cam seals, crank seal, drive belts, wires, plugs caps, rotors, only about 120 miles ago, lol. It just has a light leak from the driverside bank. :rolleyes:

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