Apparently, he just replaced the intake gaskets. I see new gaskets between the intake and the heads, and a new gasket between the bottom of the intake and the block. (unlike SB Chevy'* where you use RTV instead of the gasket). But here is what all is listed on the receipt:
G89017408 F-Gasket Ki
G24503648 Gskt Th/B
G24503423 Pipe Asm-
G24501563 Seal -Thro
(Guess you take the "G" off and that'* the part number). Sure is alot of stuff he replaced. Then he had G12345982 which was the oil for the supercharger. (2 bottles).
Under those numbers, he has:
REPLACED INTAKE GASKETS UPPER AND LOWER, VC GASKETS (LEAKING OIL) THROTTLE PLATE AND GASKET, CHANGED OIL
Hate to ask how much it would have cost if it wasn't under warranty. I asked him about doing our '99 Suburban and they quoted me $450.. Guess I'll do that one myself.
By the way, I did ask him if he did anything extra to keep it from happening again.. He said no.. Just replaced the gaskets and I can tell he used some RTV around the bottom of the manifold. HOPEFULLY, he put some RTV around the coolant passages, and some kind of thread-sealant on the bolts(??)..
Oh well, we'll see. Just hate taking cars to mechanics.. Rather do it myself.
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