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How do you know if it is a blown headgaskets?

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2011-03-31 03:29:26
2011-03-31 03:29:26

There are several possible indications of a blown head gasket:

If the head gasket is blown between adjacent cylinders there will be poor or no compression in either cylinder.

Poor compression in any cylinder can be caused by a blown head gasket. That condition can also be caused by a burned valve or piston.

Coolant in the crank case can be caused by a blown head gasket.

Compression in the coolant can be caused by a blown head gasket.

An engine with a blown head gasket usually loses performance and runs poorly or not at all.

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i dont know if it's true then yes but from what i know not a chance


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