At best, they're a temporary stopgap measure until you can get the gasket replaced.
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.
It is most likely a blown head gasket or a cracked head. Chemical sealers generally do not work. Your best bet is to replace the head gasket and inspect the head for damage.
Gasket sealers generally do now work on modern engines and should not be used.
Yes there are sealers out there that can be used to seal or repair the gasket
Yes, that is possible. A blown head gasket will destroy the engine.
Steel Seal and all other gaskets sealers do not work on any engine period. None of these products work as advertised. They are only a temporary fix to be used in an emergency. The only permanent repair for a blown head gasket is to replace it.
It may work as an emergency temporary repair but the only permanent repair is to replace the head gasket.
In your dreams bubela! Buy a new gasket.
If the coolant is going out the exhaust, liquid glas, which several companies make should work. If the exhaust is getting into the radiator or the coolant is getting in the oil, it won't. Liquid Glas come in a bottle or can, clear liquid on top with copper flakes in the bottom.
Not likely.... I'd never use anything "temporary" on a head gasket.
No. You need to remove the head(s) and have the head(s) checked for cracks and straightness, then install the head(s) with new head gaskets. Most head gasket manufactured are assembled dry, no sealants.
Yes, sealers do work. I used a sealer on a 1998 Mazda 626 and the ac has been fine for the last 3 years. The sealers only work though if the leaks are tiny.
Yes it does.
They don't work and are only an emergency repair. If you have a blown head gasket the only way to repair it is to replace it.
IMO, this is only a temporary emergency fix. It will not permanently fix the problem. You will need a new head gasket.
The Intake gasket is leaking, NOT THE HEAD GASKET. Replace the intake gasket
No, it will not. This is just a temporary emergency repair. The only way to fix a blown head gasket is to replace it.
No, that is, at best, a temporary fix. The only permanent repair is to replace the gasket.
It heats up and melts, forming a seal underneath the head and around the bore.
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.
You do not repair a head gasket you replace it with a new gasket which requires removing the head.
New seals work best.
The head gasket seals between the head and block. The head gasket is inside the engine, up high.