keepundoing bolts till the engine falls away and your left with just the head gasket
big job.remove head,best left to a pro
Remove intake and exhaust manifold. Remove head and replace the gasket. This is a major repair best left to a professional.
Most likely your head gasket failed and left for too long which caused the heads to warp and need to be resurfaced to put on a new gasket.
I would be more worried about the length of time that a head gasket has been left on your Jimmy. I take the gasket off my Jimmy right after I'm done using it. 16 years is a long time.
Gaskets that have an "UP" are marked with a stamp saying UP - LEFT - RIGHT. If there is no stamp, there is no "UP" on the gasket
behind the left head between the motor and the fire wall. behind the left head between the motor and the fire wall.
I think you mean head "gasket" - not casket. This is the gasket that is placed between the engine block (bottom part of the engine) and the cylinder head. Your Disco has two heads, so two head gaskets, a left one and a right one.
no as long as you are sure which side/head is leaking
If it is running out between the block and the head, you probably blew a head gasket. If that is the case, be sure and have the cylinder head resurfaced before you re-install it after you change out the gasket. A blown head gasket is usually caused by warpage of the head when it overheats. TIP: as long as the head is going to be resurfaced, you might also get the valves reground.
Extremely difficult as this is a major repair. Best left to a professional.
what about pressure testing? is the residue left over from the gasket failure? remove the thermostat and flush the system a few times, (use a jet wash if available and back flush it) what about pressure testing? is the residue left over from the gasket failure? remove the thermostat and flush the system a few times, (use a jet wash if available and back flush it)
you have a cracked head ,or a bad head gasket
You have the "head" of the fire which is the active front of the fire. Then you also have the left and right flanks obviously the left and right sides of the fire! You could also have what they call "fingers". If looking at the fire from a plane these would look like fingers or in other words it is not burning clean all the way across the head of the fire creating unburned fuel in areas thus making what looks like fingers!
Right when you enter the room the fire is in, move to your left. Open the cabinet, take out the extinguisher and head the the box on fire. As soon as you get there, click the extinguisher onto the fire.
To balance the fire hydrant on the head of the boss in Kick the Boss 2, first you should click anywhere to choose the location of your choice. Next, the boss needs to be dragged by its head to the right or left screen. Then drop the fire hydrant on his head. Last, balance the fire hydrant, then move the boss slowly away from the side to the middle
go to autozone.com current vehicle upper left. choose car repair info vehicle repair guides engine&engine overhaul cylinder head.
Remove, in this order: valve cover timing belt cams cam adjusting shims--MARK EACH with the valve it came from, something like "#1 left exhaust valve" head bolts head Then scrape off the old head gasket
rear left 8 4 1 5 9 front left to right 7 3 2 6 10 22 lbs at first then 37 lbs
The sensor is located on the left (drivers side) head in the back near the fire wall. It is not fun to get to, but it is doable.
Napaonline.com pick you vehicle on the left and browse the gasket section
It sounds like you may have a blown head gasket. It needs to be checked out pretty quick because severe engine damage can occur if left unattended.
What you need is a couple clean rags...some spray solvent...a putty knife and your new gasket. First remove the valve cover, then with your putty knife...very carefully scrape the cover if any gasket is stuck to it...then use your hands to peel off any gasket material from the head...place some newspaper or a couple rags on the cylinder head to catch any debris before you use your putty knife to scrape the head(make sure you hold the knife almost parallel to avoid causing any gouges)...then use the cleaning solvent on the valve cover and make sure there is no oil residue or gasket paper left...then wet a clean rag with the solvent and clean the cylinder head and wipe clean with another rag. Now your surfaces are ready for the new gasket. Place the gasket on the head and carefully place the valve cover back on the head. Tighten all the bolts hand tight first then starting in the middle and working out...tighten the bolts outward in a spiral pattern to the recommended torque...somewhere around 20 pounds... About one half turn past when it feels snug
Blown head gasket. Very expensive job
An intermittent shooting pain on the left side of the neck is likely a condition called neuralgia. This is caused when the nerve is signaled to fire for an unknown reason.