I had a 1982That had a bad head gasket at about 130,000 miles. Yes you can do it, but you are just putting off the inevitable. That particular year model is widely known to begin with head gasket problems and it just gets worse. I would advise you to unload it as soon as you can because you don't need what's coming down the road. I'm a fan so don't everybody start saying I'm anti-Nissan. I you owned this particular year model for any length of time, YOU ALREADY KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!!
It can costs anywhere from 10 to 20 dollars to replace an oil pan gasket on a 20045 Nissan Sentra as of 2014. The exact price depends on the seller.
the only true way repair the leaking oil pan it to remove the pan and change the gasket their is no quick fix for a leaking oil pan if you do it right the first time it wont bie you in the but latter
have a mechanic sheck for a blown head gasket or a craked head
either sell the car or pulley engine out
look at your engine oil you may have a leaking head gasket
leaking valve cover gasket.
twice in 2 years I had to replace the valve cover gasket on my 2001 sentra. Oil would pool around in this area. Last done in December 08 and no problems yet
More than likely you have a valve cover leak. You probably need to replace the gasket(s).
Leaking valve cover gasket.Leaking valve cover gasket.
Specifically where is it leaking? At the gasket? Replace gasket.
replace leaking part and or the gasket where the leak is occuring. check all hoses to make shure its not leaking from the hose
There are several things that can cause your 1986 Nissan 300 automatic transmission to send you a start leaking fluid the most common cause is a blown seal in the front of the transmission. There is a seal in the rear of the transmission. The transmission pan gasket can be leaking.
If it is leaking from a bad head gasket, it is because of a bad head gasket. If it is leaking from a bad intake manifold gasket, it is because of a bad intake manifold gasket.
Your valve cover gasket is likely leaking, there are o-ring gasket around the spark plug holes that will cause oil to leak into the spark plug hole.
you need do a leak down test to find out. it may be valve, ring ,piston, cylinder wall, head gasket.
Replacing the head gasket on any vehicle is a long and complicated process, however if you wish to see basic step-by-step instructions go to the related question on the right side of the page "How do you replace a head gasket?"
The Intake gasket is leaking, NOT THE HEAD GASKET. Replace the intake gasket
My 2001 Nissan Sentra GXE has a blown head gasket. My mechanic is quoting me $700 for labor plus parts (total in the $1200 range). Based on his hourly rate of $90 per hour, he must be planning on about 8 hours. Of course that's for an experienced professional. I'm sure if I were to do it myself (assuming I had the ability) it would take much longer.
Head gasket, timing cover gasket, or hose leaking.
If the thermostat, and water pump are good,A bad head gasket will cause overheating
you will need to rebuild the whole motor. better off getting a used motor at a junkyard and replacing it like I did on my sentra.
if you have a leaking water pump gasket i thing bay a new one is better
I would suspect that is a Valve Cover gasket leaking.
Intake gasket leaking on the inside of engine.
You must replace the head gasket.