Aztek Head and Intake Manifold Gasket Replacement
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AzKik
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« on: June 08, 2012, 06:33:08 PM »

I need to replace head gasket on 2003 AzKik 2-wheel drive and figured while I'm this far in I would change the intake manifold gasket as well. The help I need is does anybody have step by step instructions.  I consider myself an medium level mechanic and a cheap son-of-b.  Pictures always "paint a thousand words".  Thanks, 
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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2012, 04:30:02 AM »

I need to replace head gasket on 2003 AzKik 2-wheel drive and figured while I'm this far in I would change the intake manifold gasket as well. The help I need is does anybody have step by step instructions.  I consider myself an medium level mechanic and a cheap son-of-b.  Pictures always "paint a thousand words".  Thanks, 

You really need manuals for this project. If you are replacing the head gaskets, the intake manifold will have to come off anyway so don't touch it without proper manuals.
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« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2012, 08:15:43 AM »

I was also at a loss for tech info and my attempts to get concise help from online manuals was not satisfying. The best info I can offer is to find a set of factory manuals on E-bay. That is what I did, the problem with online manuals is you can't have them in front of you while working on your car, and you'll always be going back to the computer to find and print another procedure. Spring for the manuals you cheap  SOB - Smiley -and you'll be happy you did, especially if you intend to keep your tek.  Also, replace the thermostat and all hoses while you have the head off, better to do it then rather than waiting to do it when all the crap is in your way, it will be worth the few dollars.
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