Hey Linda==It just has to be checked out. Ir varies as to how hot it actually got and looking at it is the only way to tell. GoodluckJoe
Could be a bad thermostat or dirty rad or heater core which would be better than what you mentioned.Good luck.
Also check to see if radiator fan is running when the engine is hot. My cars fan had a bad connection at the fan motor. One of he prongs broke off.
Thermostat probably needs replacing They can stick not allowing enough water to flow around the engine block If the engine overheats it can warp the head or blow the head gasket
A V6 engine in a Mercury Sable takes ( 6 spark plugs )
No the engine is not ruined. It needs a new head gasket and an oil change after the gasket been changed.
An old gasket that needs to be replaced.
Your head gasket is shot and needs to be replaced
generally if an engine overheats, but then does not overheat when heater is turned on, is a good indication that the engine thermostat is stuck and needs replacing
that is a bad head gasket or blown head gasket the engine needs to be repair
When the engine overheats because thermostat won't open to allow the water to flow and cool!
A gasket could be the cause of a Jeep Cherokee engine to whistle when it's cold. Check the throttle body gasket to see if it needs to be replaced.
It depends on the quality and miles on your existing engine. If you have a great engine, that all it needs is a head gasket, then that's better than an old engine that you may have no idea about it's history and past repairs.
This means that a gasket has been broken that keeps the head separate from the block. The engine will overheat easy or water will flow into the oil compartments in the engine. Either way, this needs to be fixed before the engine is used.
Probably needs a new valve cover gasket.
your thermostat is not opening and needs replaced before the engine overheats and damages the cylinder head/s
The short answer is no! Although from memory, you will have to support the engine on the timing belt side (front of the engine) as the engine mounting on that side needs to be removed.
could be many things, most likely it needs oil, needs coolant, or it could just have a faulty thermostat, simple
In general, engine thermostats can be found by following the LOWER radiator hose to where it attaches to the engine. The hose is typically attached to a fitting behind which is a gasket and the thermostat. The gasket needs to be replaced when the thermostat is replaced.
If a head gasket is leaking, it has already failed and needs to be replaced and if you keep driving this vehicle you will bey buying a new engine.
Needs a new head gasket, and maybe heads and pistons.
A blown head gasket is usually caused by over filling the oil during an oil change, or just the opposite not having enough oil to compensate the pressure status, therefor causing exstreme overheating which in turn will cause many problems other than just a blown gasket. ie; engine locks up, overheats ,and then is all around just needs replacing. Once you've blown your engine you basically have hit bottom. Hope this helps. It can also be caused by detonation. Especially if you add turbo or supercharger aftermarket.
A thermostat gasket is a gasket for a thermostat, a head gasket is a head gasket. The top part of the engine needs to be disassembled to repair the head gasket. You can find information on your specific car in your local library. You may even be able to access this online if the library has the databases available.
Water belongs in an engine. Now if you mean if there is water in the oil in an engine, this may mean that you have a blown head gasket. This needs repair before you drive the vehicle or it can do serious damage to the engine.
The housing needs to be removed. Check for scratches on the housing or engine. Make sure that all of the old gasket is removed before using gasket sealer to help seal the new gasket.
Hey James==The only thing that will cure the engine is a head gasket. Goodluck Joe
The exhaust manifold needs to have a gasket in place to help seal the juncture between the manifold and the engine. After the gasket and gasket sealer are in place, tighten the bolts for the exhaust manifold. The exhaust pipe can then be replaced on the new exhaust manifold.
A bad camshaft can cause your engine to idle high and overheat. A fuel injector pump that needs to be adjusted can also cause the same problems.