2006 Saab 9-5 Head Gasket Replacement Made Simple!

2006 Saab 9-5 Head Gasket Replacement Made Simple!

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So you want to learn how to fix cars and do some of your own auto repairs. Well, you picked a great repair to start on. Replacing your head gasket can run upwards past $2,000 if you take it to an auto repair shop. It is not as hard as everyone would like you to think it is so I made a step by step guide of the process. By the end of the video, you will have your head gasket out and you will be able to retrace your steps with the assistance of my video. At the end of the repair, you will have saved yourself a great amount of money and have accomplished a repair that some mechanics fear!! Hit subscribe for more videos like this one! Thank you for checking out my channel and make sure to leave any questions in the comment section below.

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Scott Russell says:

Thanks for the video. Let me know if you’re looking to sell the passenger doors on this car, can’t find matching color anywhere for parts. I’m not joking either, I really want those doors.

nathan nyentap says:

Awesome video! will be in contact when i do mine!

Christopher Carson says:

Wonder if the saab b204 is same with regards to not being able to get timing wrong when changing head gasket. The engine looks the same other than position of oil cap

Un- Known says:

Its a inline check valve

Blake Culver says:

This was actually useful for the most part. Recommendation for the future dont skip segments show everything as it comes off leaves out any confusion but good job and thank you now I gotta get back to tearing this down so I can change out my lifter caps

Christopher Austin says:

Thanks for the video Zack.

Kyle Pancis says:

the engine has sludge everywhere! change check valve and use full synthetic.

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