how u know the block is really cracked
dismantel head from the block and have both pressure tested seprately
Head gasketCracked HeadCracked block
blown head gasket or cracked block blown head gasket or cracked block
Blown head gasket, cracked head, 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.
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
Bad head gasket? Cracked Head? CRacked block?
A cracked head or a cracked block can also cause this.
Blown head gasket - Warped or cracked head - cracked block.
Nothing good, I can tell you that. Anything from a warped head, cracked head, warped block, cracked block, and basicly, a blown engine.
Probably a blown head gasket/warped head, cracked head or cracked block.
Yes, a cracked block.
Could be head gasket, head, or cracked block
If your referring to the engine block, the motor has to be replaced. If your refering to a cracked head, the head has to be replaced. Contact a service technician you can trust. a cracked block cannot be repaired. The only option is to replace the engine.
Probably has a cracked block, too :(
Sounds like either head gasket, cracked head or cracked 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.
here is hoping it is a head gasket. it could also be a cracked block,or a cracked head.
Blown head gasket, cracked hed or cracked block
faulty liners/porous block or cracked head/head gasket
It doesn't. Coolant leaking into the cylinders is usually caused by a bad 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.