If it burst because it was defective or just worn out and you did not continue to drive the engine until it overheated then no damage was done. However, if it burst because the engine overheated then you may have blown the head gasket, and you should have it looked at by a professional mechanic. Driving a car with a blown head gasket will do serious damage to the engine.
No. You can have the head gasket replaced. This is unless you kept driving the car with a blown head gasket and have totally destroyed the engine.
Water in the oil is a sure sign of a blown head gasket. Stop driving this car until you have this repaired or you will do serious engine damage.
It is not wise to drive with a blown head gasket. If you continue driving with a blown gasket, eventually your car will over heat and the engine will seize up. This can cause accidents if it occurs while driving.
Head Gasket blown, plus check your water pump.
You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOP driving this car immediately or you will do serious damage to the engine. It will need the gasket replaced and the head checked.You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOP driving this car immediately or you will do serious damage to the engine. It will need the gasket replaced and the head checked.
Once an engine has a blown gasket, it could die at any second. Driving such a car would be extremely dangerous as the engine could break down unexpectedly.
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.
No, the two should never mix. If the engine has ever been overheated it could have caused the head to warp resulting in a blown head gasket. Oil in the coolant is one indication of a blown head gasket so you might want to take care of that before driving anywhere else.
3 possibilities and none of them are good: 1. Blown head gasket (almost always caused by an overheated engine) 2. Cracked head (almost always caused by an overheated engine) 3. Cracked block (almost always caused by an overheated engine)
With a blown head gasket the engine will still run, poorly with issues, but run. A blown engine will not continue to run from that moment on.
Sure it will start with a blown head gasket. But, if you continue to run this engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine.
Could be many things like a stuck thermostat, blown head gasket, warped heads, bad water pump etc.
Immediately stop and do not drive the car any longer. Have it towed to your local mechanic and find out why it overheated. Overheating will destroy an engine and one cause is a blown head gasket. Even if you add coolant and can drive the car you should not. If the head gasket is blown, running the engine with coolant mixed with the oil will do serious damage.
your head gasket is probaly blown.
Sure you CAN, but if you do continue to run an engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine. Do not run any engine with a blown head gasket or you will be buying a new engine.
If the engine is run while the gasket is blown, the engine will overheat and eventually blow or seize up. If the gasket blew and engine was soon after turned off, there may be no further damage to the engine. Replacement of the gasket can get this engine in working condition.
In most cases yes it will. The coolant will mix with the oil and this will immediately cause damage to engine bearings and rings. STOP driving any car with a blown head gasket. You must have this repaired immediately or you will destroy the engine.
No, not if it was done correctly and the engine has not overheated. Overheating is the main cause of a blown head gasket.
More than likely you have a blown head gasket or cracked head. Stop driving the car until you get this repaired, or you will have serious engine damage.More than likely you have a blown head gasket or cracked head. Stop driving the car until you get this repaired, or you will have serious engine damage.
You may have blown a head gasket. Stop driving it until you can find out.
my car overheated and now i have excessive water coming out the tailpipe of my 97 Nissan altima . is the head gasket blown ?
A blown head gasket can prevent an engine from starting. A blown head gasket may not provide the pressure needed to get the engine started, and will also allow oil to leak out uncontrollably.
Not very far. If it's only the head gasket your engine should still run but driving it is a very bad idea. with a blown head gasket the coolant channels wont be sealed and you'll lose it all. without coolant the engine would overheat in a matter of minutes.
The most common cause of a blown head gasket is an over heating engine. Low coolant or coolant not circulating through the engine causes the engine to heat up and the gasket to fail.