Depends. Sometimes it can be a safer route, sometimes cost effective, and sometimes not necessary. Many factors to consider. Is it an engine with many miles or other problems? Is the head cracked? If so, how is the head and what is the core charge? Is coolant mixed with oil? If it is, how long did this go on for? Rarely do I recommend a replacement engine when a head gasket blows. Provide more information and I can better answer this.
on newer cars 80's on up especially fwd cars and foreign cars you will most likely have to replace the head because these are typically made from aluminum alloys and do warp especially on 4 cylinder cars. for those that are bold and daring you can have your warped head" shaved" this will give you more horsepower but be warned! it may not be good for your particular car since this now puts the valves closer to your cylinders and a broken timing belt will cause your engine to blow in a un fixable way
Did you ever resolve this problem and replace your head gasket or the whole engine? We have the same problem on our 1992 Nissan SENTRA, with over 204,000 miles with a blown head gasket. The mechanic warns us that after replacing the head gasket that it could still cause us problems due to a cracked head and then be an oil hog. What ever happened in your situation? We are thinking of junking the car but its our sons and he's very attached to it. Please respond/help. Thanks!
a car with that many miles i would just go with the motor. a new head gasket will often cause pressure on already weak or worn parts in the lower part of the motor. resulting in engine failure
I ran into a similar problem with a 91 Isuzu trooper 4 cylinder that had blown the head gasket.
The gasket was 50 bucks or so and it took me about 10 hours to do the entire job from start to finish but it was worth it.
If your on the fence and need to pay someone for the work it may not be worth it to you. I did mine a year ago and it still is used daily today. The vehicle owes me nothing.
NO, who in there right mind would think that? Hello, just replace the head gasket!!!
true or false can overheated system can cause intermittent problems or cause the systme to reboot or refuse to boot
Compressor problems but sounds the opposite of what the symptoms are usually. Repace compressor and check for leaks. Compressor problems but sounds the opposite of what the symptoms are usually. Repace compressor and check for leaks.
Yes, that is true.
they have problems or they are passing through rough times
Blown fuse, low of refrigrant, defective compressor, or compressor clutch.
People were dropping bombs on them.
An air compressor is a complicated machine , in order to trouble shoot any problems , there must be a detailed description of the problem/s.
Not normally, if it has been overheated the head may be warped/cracked.
he may have lung problems or is just overheated or scared if lasts more than a hour call a vet
An air compressor dryer helps to clear away dust, water droplets, gas and oil that might be clogged or stuck in electronic equipment, which can cause problems.
Usually one of two problems. The Freon is low or the compressor is going out.
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The compressor is located on the front passenger side of the engine compartment just in front of the battery. (man, have we had problems with the whole suspension system!)
Structured problems are those who you are familiar with. E.g. Student dropping course.Un-structured problems are those who are unique with an ambiguous situation. E.g. Searching location for a new plant.
if it got really hot, it will have blown a head gasket more than likely
There really is no minimum, a compressor will run whenever it is told to. Though operating an air cooled machine in temps below 55 or so invites problems.
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem
my 2000 nissan altima wont start has new radiator and spark plugs the computer test shows no problems it recently overheated
I've never heard of any specific year having head warp problems. This can happen to almost any vehicle when it has been badly overheated. Warp = Mucho Heat = A bad thing. FriPilot
The a/c compressor will cycle back and forth if the system is low on freon or you have electrical problems..........
compressor not working or loss of refergerant are possibilities, more common problems are temp adjustment
Generally this is the result of either the compressor not running (just the fan is running) or, more commonly, the freon level is low due to a leak in the sealed system, so the compressor runs but is not able to cool. You can usually hear the sound of the compressor starting if there is low freon, while there will be just the sound of the fan but no deeper 'growl' of the compressor when there are any other problems. It is usually not cost effective in small relatively inexpensive window air conditioners to have someone fix either of these problems due to high labor costs, replacement of the entire unit is recommended.
Eucalyptus trees are notorious for dropping their limbs. Many a car, house or caravan has been damaged by a falling branch.