Check your oil, if it looks abnormal, like chocolate milk, that means there is water in the oil, your head is cracked.
Some symptoms include: Cracked Head, blood, hurt hurt, death, super strength, no judgment.. Where on your head has it cracked?
Head gasketCracked HeadCracked block
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.
A cracked head could be the cause of the problem. This, along with a cracked head gasket would allow engine coolant to enter the oil supply. Coolant and oil do not mix well and over time, the oil looses its capability to lubricate. Check your oil for white spots and check your coolant reservoir for oil residue.
A machine shop may be able to repair the head but my advice is to replace a cracked head.
To tell if the head is cracked, you have to remove it from the car, so you will replace the head gasket, anyway. Take the head to a machine shop and have it magnafluxed to see if it's cracked.
how can you tell if the head is cracked from the exhaust side
Most likely a cracked cylinder, a cracked block or a blown cylinder head gasket. Do a compression test. Check for other external leaks. Most likely the head will have to come off, for further investigation.
Blown head gasket, cracked head, or cracked block.
You will have to remove the head, inspect the gasket for breaks, check the head for flatness, and have a machine shop test the head.You will have to remove the head, inspect the gasket for breaks, check the head for flatness, and have a machine shop test the head.
A car can be driven with a cracked head, but not very far. Once the head is cracked, the engine will start mixing oil and water and it is likely that the motor will lock up.
The only fix is to replace the gaskets. Also check to make sure the head is not warped or cracked.
A cracked/warped head, Blown head gasket, cracked cylinder wall, or cracked/warped intake manifold.
You can't fix a cracked head unless you can weld. it must be replaced with a new head.
Yes! if you have a cracked head chances are your oil and coolant are mixing together and coolant and or oil is leaking out causing the vehicle to overheat... if you have a cracked head fix it! do not drive the vehicle
Bad head gasket? Cracked Head? CRacked block?
It is possible, but not likely. You have to pull the head to fix the gasket anyway. Check it for cracks before you reassemble.
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
You probably have a cracked head gasket!!!!! You probably have a cracked head gasket!!!!! Check coolant to see if there is oil in the coolant this will prove it or if you have foam in coolant overflow check coolant resevior cap
Probably a blown head gasket/warped head, cracked head or cracked block.
Check for a cracked head or damaged head gasket. If the engine overheated at all when the reservoir was damaged, it could cause serious damage to the engine. A damaged head gasket or cracked head could cause the coolant to blow out of the cooling system even when the engine isn't very warm.
You have a bad head gasket(s). Good Luck. you might have a cracked head you can get them replaced check and see if you have oil in radiator if oil in the engine might not be any good anymore...i am going through same problem Probably a head gasket or cracked head or block. Head gaskets fail when the engine overheats and the head warps.