If it's mixing coolant with the motor oil, not for long.
Yes, it will run but the coolant will mix with the oil and eventually destroy the engine. An engine with a cracked head should not be driven until the head is replaced.
This can be caused by a cracked head or blown head gasket.
Depending where it is cracked, yes. A cracked head can also simulate an overheated engine by pushing coolant out of the coolant reservoir.
Cooling system low on fluid Cooling system air lock Radiator fan not working Thermostat failiure Head gasket blown Cylinder head cracked Block cracked. Most garages can run a couple of tests to determine which of the above is causing the car to overheat.
Technically is possible. Of course if you intend to repair it - the more you drive it (if it will start) the more you destroy the engine.
Run a compression test on #2 cylinder. You either have a burnt valve or cracked head.
Yes it can but you risk doing more damage internally if coolant is mixing with the motor oil.
If it is cracked, the vehichle may be driveable, but if it's blown, there's not going to be any cylinder compression and the engine won't run.
Blown head gasket or cracked head. STOP driving this car NOW. Serious engine damage will occur if you continue to run this engine in this condition.
You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOPdriving this car immediately until you have it repaired. You will destroy this engine if you continue to run it.
Can be a defective plug wire, burnt valve, cracked head, or blown head gasket. Replace the spark plug wires. If you still have the miss, have a compression test run on all cylinders. Low compression on cylinder #4 indicates a burnt valve, cracked head, or blown head gasket.