Q: What is the estimated time that a repair for leaking gaskets to last. Also, for replacement of gasket covers?

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My one of my gasket cover is fracture/damage and the gaskets are leaking. What is the expected time for the repair to last. Thank you.

My car has 110000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there:

In order to answer your question correctly, we need to know which gasket you’re referring. If you’re speaking about the valve cover gasket replacement, when done correctly, a valve cover gasket should last more than 100,000 miles without experiencing issues.

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