With a blown head gasket the engine will still run, poorly with issues, but run. A blown engine will not continue to run from that moment on.
there is no water mixed with the oil but have antifreeze coming out of the exhaust
it will still start but u will commonly see coolant leaking from exhaust and ALOT of smoke blowing as well do not run vehicle more than needed better 2 not run it at all until fixed
Not very far. If it's only the head gasket your engine should still run but driving it is a very bad idea. with a blown head gasket the coolant channels wont be sealed and you'll lose it all. without coolant the engine would overheat in a matter of minutes.
You have blown a head gasket or cracked the block you should only add coolant while its still running to prevent this.
it could possibly have either a blown head gasket or intake manifold gaskets leaking
You've probably warped the head and therefore the motor is unable to achieve any compression due to the air escaping out. If you're lucky, it's a machining and replace head gasket; if unlucky, you've done your motor. You've most likely got a blown head gasket. This would have caused overheating as the problem began and worsened, and the no start/lack of compression now. along with head gasket check timing more than likely jumped time if the belt is still good this causes no compression
Yes, it will still start.
have a blown head gasket is my guess
yes it can blow between the cylinders, use no oil/water but run really rough
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.
blown head gasket is the usual reason for oil in coolant or radiator. sad part is if you have already replaced intake gasket, u wasted your money as you will have to replace again when you fix head gasket