After you replace your head gasket your compression in that side will be higher, I highly recomend to anyone that has to replace a head gasket that they do BOTH sides. With all the electronic checks that happen in newer vehicles a difference in compression can cause confusion in the electronics.
poor fuel mileage try changing o/2 sensor sometimes blown head gasket wrecks sensor and causes poor gas milage
I have a 1995 Skylark and the gasket was replaced about 4 years ago and I've had no trouble at all. It's a V-6 3100 engine.
If not repaired at once you will get water in the oilpan. It can warp the engine head.
I have a 1995 Skylark and that repair is at least $500.00 but it's worth it. The engine runs great now.
Usually when the cylinder head gasket is blown (broken or damaged). It cannot be repaired but has to be replaced with a new head gasket.
A blown gasket can be repaired by replacing the gasket...if you are talking about the head gasket, then you have to remove the cylinder head from the engine block and replace the gasket that is inbetween them. Cracked heads generally have to be replaced because they are made of aluminum which cannot be repaired permanently once it is cracked.
Yes, a blown head gasket will allow coolant to enter the combustion chamber and the oil pan mixing with the oil. This will, if not repaired, slowly destroy the engine bearings and rings. STOP driving this car until you have this repaired.
Other than a leak, a blown head gasket. Very serious, so stop driving until this is repaired if you suspect a blown head gasket. Serious engine damage will occur.Other than a leak, a blown head gasket. Very serious, so stop driving until this is repaired if you suspect a blown head gasket. Serious engine damage will occur.
Blown head gasket. That milky look is coolant mixed with the oil. STOP driving this vehicle until you have this repaired or you will ruin this engine.
More than likely you have a blown head gasket or cracked head. Stop driving the car until you get this repaired, or you will have serious engine damage.More than likely you have a blown head gasket or cracked head. Stop driving the car until you get this repaired, or you will have serious engine damage.
A blown head gasket means the seal around the cylinder heads is leaking. It will leak oil and over heat until the engine seizes unless it is repaired.
In most cases yes it will. The coolant will mix with the oil and this will immediately cause damage to engine bearings and rings. STOP driving any car with a blown head gasket. You must have this repaired immediately or you will destroy the engine.
More than likely, you have a blown head gasket. Do not drive this car in this condition. Serious engine damage will occur. Have it repaired ASAP The above answer is correct, but it may also be that your engine block has a crack in it. This would be much worse and again must be repaired.