nissan primera overheating after changing the water pump and radiator what could be the cause of this
Sandwiched between the head and engine block.
no gasket necessary.
Water in engine-head gasket most likely.
Depends on what model Kenworth it is and what engine it has.
either sell the car or pulley engine out
The head gasket itself is relatively cheap..around $20 at most but the labor involved with changing it would probably be at least $400 if done in a shop.
On most cars a gasket is required along with the RTV sealant. A new gasket should have come with the water pump. Ask the parts house where you purchased the part.
Changing the gasket itself is simple.. drain the oil, unbolt the oil pan from the bottom of the engine, use some aerosol gasket remover and remove all traces of the old gasket, slap the new gasket on with some RTV, and reattach the oil pan to the engine block. Not a whole lot to it. The trouble lies in getting to it... on a lot of cars, you'll actually have to remove the engine from the engine compartment in order to do this.
The oil drain plug on a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder is located under the engine. Maintenance includes replacement of the oil pan gasket.