Before you do naything, get it checked at a shop. Let them tell you where the leak is. Then you take a course of action.
Doing the manifold gaskets, no, I do not recomend you try this yourself.
November, 11, 2011 AT 4:30 PM
I disagree with the other guy you can d.I.Y. You dont have to completly remove the entire manifold I dont think? If im rite you can loosen your manifold bolts hopefully get the old 1 out without mutch problem recommend using a putty knife to scrape it loose. Then I think the new 1 will slide strait down into place use some high temp silocone retiten & should be good to go? You will know when you look at your new gaskets if there notched out or not?
November, 11, 2011 AT 5:08 PM
Thanks, I think cause my cat converters sit so low and I bottom out over bumps I think it could've knocked the headers loose. Any one think that's a possibility?
November, 11, 2011 AT 5:57 PM
No, it wont lossen anything, but it could break something. You need to have this checked before you attempt anything.