use leak stop or something. Where is your oil leak?
You can use an oil stop-leak product to stop an oil leak on your 2002 Peugeot 206 1.4.
Yes, it can be harmful. Use no oil treatment or stop leak at all.
I wouldn't recommend it. Replace the gasket.
If you have an engine oil leak on your 2002 Peugeot 206 1.4, you can use an oil stop-leak product to fix it.
use duct tape!
You install "stop leak" in the radiator per the MFG directions.Dont use barsleak use a chemical called therma weld it work perfect for me its about 300$ and worth it!!!!
Dont use barsleak use a chemical called therma weld it work perfect for me its about 300$ and worth it!!!!
weld up planet gears more you weld the better just to stop them from turning,dont recommend for road use though!!!
I had a 95 3.8L that leaked and stop leak worked for a little while. The problem is as it gets worse it can leak antifreeze internally into the oil. This is at best a short term fix. If you use it keep a close eye on your oil level, if it starts rising or becomes milky the gasket will need to be replaced immediately. MGL
10 W-40 motor oil can be used in your Subaru, with a minor oil leak. The heavier oil will not hurt your engine and may slow down the leak.
You can use Radiator Stop Leak as a quick temporary fix.
You dont. -Mechanic
could be free, depends if you've got a welder or not or know how to weld? other option i know of would be drain the oil, pull the oil pan. clean it up good and use j b weld(cold weld). I had that problem last year with my Audi A4, the j b weld is still there hard as metal.
Pressure test the system and repair the leak. Do not use a stop leak.
Yes, had the problem myself. The power steering pumps leak on the very often. Stop leak is a quick but not a permanent fix.
yes you can. weather affects nothing plus the oil will keep dripping. get the leak fixed
The first point is to find where exactly the leak is. The use of a termographic camera would help a lot. Then, if the chimney is done of steel, just weld it. If done with concrete, just use some kind of rapid cement...
Oil leak or engine is burning oil due to worn parts.
If your engine leaks oil, no you should not use synthetic oil because it will clean sludge and can make the leak worse. If your engine does not leak oil, I would highly recomend using synthetic oil(Pennzoil Ultra 10W30 from Walmart is a good and pretty cheap choice). As long as your engine does not leak oil using synthetic oil is a great choice regardless of how old it is.
Check your oil. If it looks like a milkshake, the leak is internal to the engine through a cracked cylinder wall, cracked cylinder head, or blown gasket.
No, it is not intended for that and performs poorly.
By replacing the radiator. I've seen people use JB Plastic Weld and it only holds up for a few weeks.
NO! its like looking for a magic pill to make you younger or live longer. Do not use it you will clog up the entire system and wind up replacing it. Find the leak and properly repair it. YES IT WILL STOP THE LEAK BUT NEEDS TO BE REPAIRED ASAP IT IS NOT WISE TO US IT BUT IT WIL STOP A SMALL LEAK.
Excessive oil use, excessive water use, major oil leak, excessive smoking, ask a certified mechanic