Acquired car in used condition. Started giving it a general tune up. Realized the rear intake gasket was blown. Bought a gasket kit but I don't want to replace the gaskets if it won't fix the problem. The front control arm was not attached and in the back, where the gasket went bad, the flap is bent. Would one or both of these situations cause the gasket to blow? I've already straightened the flap. Is it likely that replacing the gaskets will be worth my time? Or is it likely that this has led to more serious engine problems?
have the same problem?
Saturday, February 21st, 2015 AT 10:10 AM