Check to see if the fuse is blown. If it is ok, I suggest you visit a mechanic.
replace motor under the seat
Replace the gasket.
take the door panel off and spray some lube on the tracks that worked on mine.
It would be best to get a new exhaust gasket.
To repair the head gasket on a 1987 Ford Bronco, the head and the old gasket must be removed. Purchase a new head gasket and carefully install it according to manufacturer specifications.
There is only one fix. Remove and replace the gasket. This is a major repair that should only be attempted by an expert.
You must replace the defective gasket. There is no other permanent fix.
Try using an engine flush. I have had luck with GUNK. Follow the directions on the can.
it is a blown head gasket,it would take less to fix rather then buying another car,if you like the car. I would also have the heads checked for cracks.
you cannot fix the timing on your tbird as it is electronically controlled and does not have a distrubutor. have your camshaft or crankshaft sensors checked
Easy, get rid of it
You can fix oil that is getting mixed with antifreeze in a Ford Econoline 250 of the year '98 by replacing the head gasket in the vehicle. A blown head gasket will cause the antifreeze and oil to mix.
reroute the line around the power steering cooler
No it will not. The only thing that will fix a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
Replace the heater core. It is leaking.
The only fix is to replace the gaskets. Also check to make sure the head is not warped or cracked.
The only fix for a bad intake gasket is to remove the intake manifold and replace the gasket.
Check your head gasket. In addition, if your head gasket is bad or in need of replacing have your heads check for any cracks in them.
No - the head gasket repair can be done with the engine still in the vehicle.See "Related Questions" below for more
The driver side door handle of my cadillac cimerron broke on the inside. How am i able to fix that without going out and buying new parts for it?
you dont fix them you replace them. basically tear appart the top half of the motor pull the heads off and throw away the old one and replace with a metal gasket
At least 4 hours or more.