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Q: changing a gasket with a mechanic

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how long does it take to change a gasket.

My car has 102500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: It all depends on the gasket that is being ...

It all depends on the gasket that is being replaced. There are head gaskets, manifold gaskets, oil pan gaskets, etc. - so you would need to be a bit more specific. The mechanic’s experience changing the gasket also plays a factor. The mechanic with more experience may get it done faster than a mechanic that has only done it a couple times.

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