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Q: How much to replace all the gaskets in a 91 4runner 2wd v6? I have a oil leak I was told it's the gaskets and seals.

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I have a oil leak I was told to rebuild and replace all the seals and gaskets. How much will that cost?

My car has 170000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Sent billing question to CS for the price to replace all the gaskets and seals on the engine / transmission power unit.

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