blown head gasket
take it to a mechanic, unless you are a mechanic, then say "oh crap i am screwed"
When repairing cars, it is important to know the cost going into the repair. To replace a head gasket for a 2002 Ford Focus it will cost between $20 and $190.
The head gaskets must be replaced. This is a major repair that should only be undertaken by a professional.
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Head gasket repair on a 2002 PT Cruiser requires extensive time, knowledge and tools. The intake manifold, cam shafts, and cylinder heads must be removed.
You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head.
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Other than a leak, a blown head gasket. Very serious, so stop driving until this is repaired if you suspect a blown head gasket. Serious engine damage will occur.Other than a leak, a blown head gasket. Very serious, so stop driving until this is repaired if you suspect a blown head gasket. Serious engine damage will occur.
This would be a primary symptom of a blown head-gasket.
There is only one way to fix it. Remove the heads and replace the gaskets.
Repairing intake gasket not preferred, you can use red silicone to seal it, but to do so, you must remove the intake, in which case, you may as well replace the gasket.
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Check your car for a bad or blown horn rlay.
Need to know which engine the 02 S10 has.
i had a quote of $3900 for my 2002 rodeo 2.2L
Sounds like a blown head gasket. Most likely caused from overboost of turbo.
Extremely difficult as this is a major repair. Best left to a professional.
sounds like a blown head gasket to me
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.
i need a detailed diagram on how to replace a valve cover gasket on an 2002 kia sportage. no one makes a repair guide for this vehical
the fluid will be leaking from the head
If your 2002 Grand Cherokee turn signal will not work, it is a good idea to check the fuses first. Then, check the bulb in the signal to see if that is lighting at all. Replace the fuse if it is blown.
Symptoms of a blown head gasket are, loss of coolant with no apparent leak, white smoke from the exhaust, especially start up, oil level overfull, engine overheating, a white foamy substance on the underside of the oil fill cap, and possible engine miss.