You cannot repair a blown head gasket, you must remove the heads and replace the gasket.
Blown head gaskets cannot be "fixed", they have to be replaced. If you are mechanically inclined and want to try and do it yourself, get a Hayne's or Chilton's repair manual for your vehicle to find everything on how to do it.
have you had the head gaskets replaced you might have blown head gaskets or warped heads on the block this is a costly repair check your water for oil or check your oil for water this will help to determin if they are ... have you had the head gaskets replaced you might have blown head gaskets or warped heads on the block this is a costly repair check your water for oil or check your oil for water this will help to determin if they are ...
well i just did a head gasket job on my 1992 g30 full size van & it costed me about $185 for all the gaskets , oil & antifreeze
The head gaskets must be replaced. This is a major repair that should only be undertaken by a professional.
WATER. This indicates a blown head gasket. Damage has been done to the engine in the form of overheating and the head gasket(s) have blown. Water therefor has leaked into the oil. Replacing the head gaskets is the way to repair this motor.
By the phrase "blown head", I'm assuming you mean blown head gasket. Head gaskets are fairly cheap (around $50), but it's a lot of work to replace. If you are doing it yourself, plan on spending several hours on it. If you send it to a shop, it could be well over $1,000.
It is not possible to repair the actual head gasket. Repair of a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
Hello: I have a 1991 Lincoln 3.8 I paid a non-dealer shop $535.00 to repair the rear head, only. This price included having the head sent out to be milled (required), and also new head bolts (also required)and all gaskets/parts.
No It's not very common.
Blown head gaskets.
Your head gaskets are blown. sorry to be the barrer of bad news.