you should only change the gasket if you have to take the valve cover off....... you should only change the gasket if you have to take the valve cover off.......
Unless the housing is damaged, there is no reason to replace it. Just replace the gasket.
How much should it cost to replace a blown head gasket for a 197 BMW 528I
To replace the head gasket on a 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass 3.4L, everything on the top of the motor needs to be removed. The battery should be unhooked first, then the valve covers, then the head itself. Replace the new gasket after cleaning the old gunk off from the first gasket. It is a good idea to take a picture before, during, and after, to make sure everything is hooked up like it should be. One note, the valve cover gasket will also have to be replaced after removal.
Replace the head gasket for sure. That is assuming you did not continue to drive the vehicle until you destroyed the engine internally.
you mean a valve cover gasket i think
There is no way of knowing until the engine is taken apart and checked. What you would hope to be a blown head gasket may turn out to be a cracked head(s) and that would bring the cost up alot.
YES! Replace the head gasket or destroy the engine if you continue to drive it.
should you drain oil in the car if the head gasket is blow
You cannot and should not buy a used head gasket. If you have a blown head gasket you replace it with a new gasket. The gasket will cost very little. The labor to replace the gasket is where the cost is. Expect to pay from $500 to $1,000. This is a major repair that takes time.
For sure, replace ALL the gaskets involved. When you purchase, ask for a head gasket set and you will get all the gaskets that are used.
The transmission dipstick on a 1998 Blazer should be located at the rear of the engine. It should not be near the oil dipstick.
The price to replace a blown head gasket on a Chrysler Sebring V6 should be around $1,000.00. The price can vary depending on where you have the repairs made or if you replace it yourself.
Gasket should be included with new oil filter
stand at the front of the car and look for the top rad hose and follow it to the end there should be two bolts holding the hosing unbolt and replace the thermostat and gasket
Not necessarily, unless you think they are leaking.
One hour of labor (~$75) + the gasket (~$15-25).
It should about 1 hour of labor (~$70) + plus gasket (~$10-25).
It should have a relay
you should never use a sealant on a head gasket as that is only a temporary fix in an emergency situation. The only permanent fix is to replace the gasket.
head gasket blown. reface the cylinder head and replace gasket. that should fix the problem
No,but with instructions you should be able to do this
We replaced the temperature gauge in my 1991 Chevy blazer what is the normal operating temp?