How many hours to replace a valve cover gasket and oil can gasket on 1999 3000GT?

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Asked by Jan 26, 2014 at 12:25 PM about the 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT 2 Dr SL Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Looking at getting repair, and have been told that this model is costly.

7 Answers

123,885

It takes a couple hours. Not sure of how long they charge to do it tho. I always do mine myself. Not that bad of a job for a DIY to tackle.

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Thanks for the quick response. And this was definitely for a 99 Mitsubishi 3000GT?

6,585

do you mean valve cover gasket or do you mean head gasket cause the vlave cover gasket is simple as hell and doesn't cost much

123,885

Yes. The oil pan gasket is a little more involved than the valve covers but not hard at all. As Daniel asked are you sure they not talking about the head gaskets?

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Definitely talking about the valve covers. Thanks for the feedback.

123,885

Ok valve covers are easy. You have to remove the upper intake to do the back one but that's easy too.

6,585

just make sure you cover the intake ports on the head other wise your liable to drop a bolt or washer or whatever in there then you will be doing the head gaskets when you remove the heads to get it back out,, trust me ive seen it happen many times, true story

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