that is plain stupid anyone who tries deserves the problems incured by doing so!!!!!!!! Well from one stupid person to another I have tried thermagasket product on both my vehicles with great success (BWM and Mercedes Benz). Reparing both vehicles the traditional way (head gasket job etc....would cost more then the FMV). Anyways I tried the thermagasket on my BMW almost 2 years ago and was doing very well until the car overheated again because of failure water pump and auxillary fan. I re-introduce thermagasket to my BMW last night June 18, 2008 and it plugged the exhaust leak pressure and overheating. Raced car to about 80 MPH for 30 miles and drove it back home with no overheating or compression issues. Like I said tried it almost 2 years ago and the overheating occurred not because Thermagasket fail but because of a mechanical problem in the cooling system.
blown head gasket or cracked block blown head gasket or cracked block
A cracked block means that the engine itself is cracked. A blown head-gasket means that the gasket between the engine and the head has blown. Either can be caused by overheating the engine. When an engine overheats the head can warp causing the head-gasket to give out. In some engines the heat cracks the block. If the block is cracked, it's over. If the head-gasket is blown you can always machine the head surface and put it all back together.
Blown head gasket, cracked head, or cracked block.
Head gasketCracked HeadCracked block
A blown gasket can be repaired by replacing the gasket...if you are talking about the head gasket, then you have to remove the cylinder head from the engine block and replace the gasket that is inbetween them. Cracked heads generally have to be replaced because they are made of aluminum which cannot be repaired permanently once it is cracked.
Could be head gasket, head, or cracked block
you could have a cracked block or a blown head gasket it could even be a cracked head
because the block is cracked or a head is cracked. or if you are lucky it could be just a head gasket. Has it overheated?
Bad head gasket Cracked head Cracked block
Blown head gasket, cracked hed or cracked block
Sounds like either head gasket, cracked head or cracked block
Blown head gasket, cracked head or cracked block. Busted head gasket; cracked cylinder head; broken piston; or bad oil pan gasket if driving thru high water.
Cracked Engine Block or blown head gasket.
A cracked head or a cracked block can also cause this.
Blown head gasket - Warped or cracked head - cracked block.
intake manifold gasket,head gasket,cracked head,cracked block. was it overheated? was cold water added to hot engine?
warped valve cover. bad gasket. cracked valve cover cracked block
Yes, a cracked block.
Cracked block or blown head gasket.
No. Your head gasket or block is likely cracked.
You may have a cracked block on an inner wall.
If you suspect the head and/or the block, have them "magnafuxed" by a machine shop. On the other hand, as you're pulling it apart, check the head gasket and if it's shot, there is usually only the one problem.
Bad head gasket? Cracked Head? CRacked block?
Probably has a cracked block, too :(
Let's see...cracked head, cracked head gasket, cracked intake gasket, bad cylinder liner or cracked block, air compressor head gasket...if this was a Cat 3116 I'd also look at the oil cooler or an injector sleeve, but it's not so that's probably not it.