Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Battle Ground Washington
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I will guess that, based on the fact that you are asking, you have little to no experience working on the inside of an engine. It will require a manual, patience, precision, a few specialty tools that you can rent, and a bit of mechanical competence. It is normally not a project for a beginner, but everybody has to have a first time. pick up a good manual and read through the process. If you are still confident when you are finished reading, go for it. Keep in mind that it will take you quite a bit longer than a pro mechanic, so you will also have to decide how much your time is worth, and if you have more time than money, or the other way around.