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Northstar Engines and System Technical Discussion Discussion, 96 deville crossover gasket in Cadillac Engine Technical Discussion; Do you have to remove the.transmission up off the motor to replace this???...
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    96 deville crossover gasket

    Do you have to remove the.transmission up off the motor to replace this???

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    Re: 96 deville crossover gasket

    If you're replacing the water crossover gaskets (4), no, the transmission stays where it is.......BUT you'll need a decent tool kit, time, patience, and a good eye for mechanical order: This is NOT a fun job, by any stretch of the imagination.

    Go through Discussions, Item Specific: Cadillac Tech Tips to find help on this - several pages of threads on how others did various jobs..........and/or Google something like "cadillac forums northstar water crossover gasket replacement" or something similar.

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    Re: 96 deville crossover gasket

    I feel for you... It's a tough job with the engine OUT of the car. I can't imagine doing it while still in the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faded Crest View Post
    I feel for you... It's a tough job with the engine OUT of the car. I can't imagine doing it while still in the car.
    I did it engine in car, never doing it again

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