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change the head gasket. tard
No compression could mean a blown head gasket, cracked head or cylinder.
This is a vague question about a complicated operation, I suggest you decide what you want to do to the cylinder, and purchase a repair manual for your car, the procedure for repairs are all there. My guess is that you have blown the seals on the cylinder and need a seal replacement kit.
Clutch master cylinder might be blown out. this is located in the engine bay, the top right.
A cracked/warped head, Blown head gasket, cracked cylinder wall, or cracked/warped intake manifold.
You cannot repair a blown head gasket, you must remove the heads and replace the gasket.
It is not possible to repair the actual head gasket. Repair of a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
The 1994 Buick Century 4 cylinder head gasket will have to be removed and replaced. The head has to be removed, along with anything that is physically in the way of removal, before the head gasket can be removed.
It does not matter. If one is blown on a V6 or V8 then you need to replace them both.
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The only repair for a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
Some symptoms of a blown head gasket are white smoke out the exhaust, using coolant, blue smoke out exhaust, using alot of oil, running crappy and overall sputtering. Otherwise checking cylinder compression would also indicate this.
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White smoke usually indicates steam. I don't think a bad intake manifold gasket would cause it, but a bad or blown head gasket certainly would. More than likely it is a bad head gasket or a cracked head. White smoke means you are getting anifreeze in your cumbustion chamber (cylinder) and when it fires it is burning the moisture creating white smoke.
If there is no brake lights on a 1998 Mazda pickup, check the fuse. If the fuse has blown, the lights will not work.
It depends on what you mean by 'blown'. If it is the cylinder head gasket or the core plugs that have blown then you probably can. If you have a connecting rod through the crank case then no you can't.
As an emergency repair yes. The only permanent repair is to replace the gasket.
Yes, it sure could. Your first priority is to repair the blown head gasket. As you have to remove the heads to accomplish this, you can at that time see how much damage was done. You may need a complete overhaul.
check the fuse to make sure it has not blown out
well the headlight would not have light coming out of it.
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A blown gasket can be repaired by replacing the gasket...if you are talking about the head gasket, then you have to remove the cylinder head from the engine block and replace the gasket that is inbetween them. Cracked heads generally have to be replaced because they are made of aluminum which cannot be repaired permanently once it is cracked.
Most of the times when you have low compression on one cylinder it's an indication that the head gasket is blown. If more than one cylinder has low compression and is hard to start the you most deffinatly have a blown head gasket