You can, but if you have a new gasket glue is really not needed.
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Your question is REALLY vague. There are a number of gaskets on a car ,so you need to be very specific. Is it a head gasket,valve cover gasket,water pump gasket etc....
If both metal surfaces are really smooth and you have a good composite gasket then you may not need it. - If you have a good gasket goo available, it can't hurt. -My favorite is 'Permatex Aviation Form a Gasket' .
That's easy actually i don't really know haha sorrry you guys *blushes*
As an emergency repair yes. The only permanent repair is to replace the gasket.
No, it will not. That is used as an emergency repair. The only fix for a blown head gasket is to replace it.
Steel which is really important for them and oil i think?
The difference is exactly what it sounds like. The 4 post automotive lift has four posts and the 2 post automotive has 2 posts. They both function great and its really a personal choice.
IMO, this is only a temporary emergency fix. It will not permanently fix the problem. You will need a new head gasket.
go to a certified auto tech if you really want to know
yea it works good on a boat motor In my experience the only permanent repair for a blown head gasket is to replace it. These gasket sealers are only a temporary fix used in an emergency.
You either have a bad manifold gasket or blown head gasket.
There is no drain plug. You can try to suction out the lube but you really need to remove the rear cover to completely drain the differential. And buy a new gasket (or make your own from gasket stock material) to reinstall the cover; use a gasket sealant sparingly on the gasket and bolt threads to get a good seal.
you dont really need to us a gasket compound on your gasket thought i would put a little bit of black silicone on it. it can only help the seal
If you have a general automotive knowledge and some metric wrenches and sockets, you should be able to do it. Might take you 1 - 1.5 hrs to remove it. Not to difficult really except that it is behind the engine and some of the lower intake mounting bolts may be tough to see.
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yes if its leaking or if u replace the oil pan
by replacing the bad gasket / seal
unless really good and familiar with car mechanicals, dont. take it to your garage
It is a really good idea. Usually when you remove the cover and remove the old gasket there is a good chance that you will get some foreign object into the engine.
It may work for a short period of time and should only be used as an emergency repair. The only permanent fix is to replace the head gasket.
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Some vehicles use just a sealant gasket at the front and back of the pan and a gasket along the sides. If your vehicle calls for a gasket your are better off getting one because it is a pretty minor expense. The whole reason for the gasket is that the manufacturer expects some pan flexing as the engine warms up. So...If you don't plan to keep the car very long maybe you can get away with it for awhile but it's really not worth it. I'd recommend you get the correct gasket. Good luck.