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help! replace right head gasket.


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#1 Suba_GL_87

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 02:56 AM

my car is subaru gl 87' 1.8L.
my wagon have badly oil leak from head gasket and there's muddy oil when i parking lots. those made me headache buy new oil pint turn over again. im fed-up and buy new head gasket.
anyways;
when i was remove a valve cover and there have a cam-lobe.
so, i try remove a block of the cam-lobe. it's hard to remove also stuck. But somehow the cam-lobe's valve's a part fell down made me very anxious (look like a *rectangle with sliver there a hole* for support valve to cam-lobe) i don't know what called it. so, i did struggle a little longer try to put back away but helpfully i put some sticky grease on valve between cam-lobe and go back together.
so, i've been looking around internet and try think how to replace head gasket.
:banghead:

feedback me!

#2 Olnick

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 12:42 PM

You'll probably get more response if you post your question in the Older Generation Forum. Good luck.




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