Try Bar's Leak. It's less harsh than block sealant and is helping a bit on my '88 Chevy Nova with 210k. It's also cheap ($3.99).
I would NEVER put a stop leak in a cooling system. The system relies on open passageways to flow and cool the motor. The stop leak such as the BAR's product does not know the difference between a passegway inside the system or a passageway out of the system such as a leak including a headgasket problem. (Supposedly, the head gasket sealant solidifies due to the much higher temperature of the cylinders.) If you plug up a cooling system you now have to find where the plugged area is. This could end up being a problem in the thermostat, radiator or heater core. Is it worth the risk for a temporary solution?
Look at and investigate http://www.rxauto.com/. Copy and paste link.
This product states that their product will only 'seal' an area that is 3-4 times hotter than the rest of the system - & then it protects the seal. Reading the testimonials and further research may prove useful depending on how old your vehicle is and your mechanical expertise. Of course, fixing the cause of overheating and warpage is priority no. 1, but if you have a car/truck that you only need to last for 6 or 12 more months AND you cannot/will not get the major repair done right away this product may be what you need.
No. Fix it right. Some of the sodium silicate sealers can work for a little while, sometimes, but they always plug up parts of the cooling system. So a week later, the leak comes back, plus the heater core and radiator are all gummed up. Changing the head gaskets on this car is pretty easy, and the parts are cheap. Only try the goop if you are otherwise ready to junk the car.
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your heart and all other bodily functions are worked out, thus stronger and ready for their constant use. when u are old, they will keep on going for they were treated well and used.
if you just want to fix the oil leak under the distributer just pull the distributer out and replace the gasket. or is it an intake gasket leaking .
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In the oil pan. Jack up the car and safely secure on jackstands. Unbolt the oilpan (have a new oilpan gasket ready), you will see the netted oil pickup and the oilpump. Be careful to not bend the pickup arm.
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It depends upon what you are trying to say. I am ready for breakfast. I am ready to eat. Both of those are correct. In general you can be ready for (noun) and ready to (verb).
Yes, you can paint over a clear coat. The clear coat is essentially the same thing as the paint, but without the additives that give paint color. The preparation work is the same as for making a painted surface without clear coat ready for painting.
Drain your cooling system by removing radiator hose or bung in radiator. Find thermostat housing unbolt and remove thermostat taking not of the way it sits in the housing, clean surface ready for new gasket pop new thermostat into housing replace gasket and use a gasket sealer and bolt back on thermostat cover. fill radiator back up start engine and bleed cooling system make sure thermostat opens will see temp gauge move. check water level after test drive
Replacing your refrigerator gasket is good for the environment and your energy bills. It makes your refrigerator run more efficiently, and keeps your food fresher, longer! There are only a few materials you need for this simple do-it-yourself way to go green, and the project is easily completed in an afternoon. Take care, however, as the screws that attach the gasket may also secure the inside of the refrigerator door. With this useful guide, complete this task in no time.Assemble your materialsYou only need a few items to complete this project, many of which are probably around your house. A 4-in-one screwdriver is needed, as well as an Allen wrench and a hex head nut driver, depending on your refrigerator type. Petroleum jelly makes the process much easier, and of course you need a new gasket to replace the old one. Have all of these materials ready when you begin to make the process much easier!Assemble all your materials before you begin your project. Remove the old gasketFirst, open the refrigerator, and pull back the existing gasket. This reveals the gasket retainer and screws, which you should loosen using the hex head nut driver. Do not remove these screws, but loosen them so that you can slide the gasket out from underneath. It may help to soak the new gasket in warm water while removing the old one to make it easier to install.Soak the new gasket in warm water to make it flexible and easy to install. Install the new gasketOnce the old gasket is removed, slip the back of the new gasket into the retainer, and tighten the screws. Starting from one corner and moving to the sides and finally to the other corner, makes the process go more smoothly. Finally, apply a small amount of petroleum jelly to the edges of the gasket so it does not drag on the hinges of the refrigerator.Petroleum jelly reduces drag on the edges of the refrigerator. There you have it, it is that simple to replace your refrigerator gasket! Using these steps you can save energy and food by improving the efficiency of this important kitchen appliance.