it cant be fixed just tightend your gas cap harder
no you will blow the engine. get it fixed
This is a 1998 too by the way
NO get it fixed or you will be replacing an engine $$$ Soon.
the bolts inside of trunk holding plastic bumper have rubber washers that go bad from over tightening and they will leak there. fixed my Seville with gasket sealer and new washers.
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.
Pretty expensive (from a garage). Most people scrap their cars after a head gasket has blown, or get a new engine.
ok i have just spent about 30 mins serching for this answere and its imposible to find dude so if i were you i would take that car and have it fixed by a pro.
Possible blown head gasket or cracked head. Have this looked at by a professional ASAP, and do not drive this car until you get it fixed. Serious engine damage will occur.Possible blown head gasket or cracked head. Have this looked at by a professional ASAP, and do not drive this car until you get it fixed. Serious engine damage will occur.
Sometimes a leaking valve cover gasket can be fixed by simply retorquing the bolts to their proper torque. If that doesn't solve the problem, the gasket will have to be replaced as per your engine manufacturer's specifications.
Without knowing what application you have this cannot be answered. For the majority an engine does not have to be pulled. It all about whether you can access the heads for removal or not.
If you have fixed the problem it should reset itself. If not, the light will stay on.
If you do not get the engine fan fixed, you will suffer overheating problems. In the summer, should you take it on long drives, the Jeep will overheat, most likely causing gasket damage to either the valve cover gasket, head gasket, or oil pan gasket. It can also damage the hoses, the connection for the hoses, the thermostat gasket, the thermostat; And that's just for the cooling system. If you allow your vehicle to overheat, you can cause severe internal damage, the worst of which would cause you to have to buy a new engine.
yes yes yes. I had to replace my engine the day after I bought it for a warped head, and a scored cylinder because of a head gasket leak that the dealer never fixed, then a year later i replaced the engine again for the same reason, once the head warps it cannot be fixed, only replaced. But usually by then its to late, and the rest of the engine is #@*@ed. Check the usual culprits, water pump, temperature sensors, gaskets to save your engine.
The heat generated by the converter can back up into the engine and damage it. Cause it to overheat, blow a head gasket or damage the heads.
sounds like a blown head gasket, do a compression test first, if that tests ok check for cracked block
Could be a leaking head gasket - try running engine to normal operating temperature remove oil dipstick and let a drop fall onto hot part of engine - oil will smoke coolant will sizzle
You have a blown head gasket. Antifreeze that should be going through a hole in your gasket and then cooling the engine head is going into a cylinder. From there it is going out an exhaust pipe as steam. It is also getting into an oil drain hole and getting into the oil pan. It is inexpensive to get a head gasket fixed compared to the cost of having a blown engine replaced.
frost plug is craked or leaking do not drive get fixed now
Are you asking why is your coolant disappearing? If so, it can be a number of things. A blown head gasket, leaking water pump, radiator, heater core, hose, to name a few. If you can see no apparent leak after driving the vehicle then suspect a blown head gasket. As this can do serious damage to your engine, I suggest you have this fixed ASAP.
Blown head gasket. You better have this fixed before driving anywhere. Serious engine damage will occur if you continue to drive this car. I second the blown head gasket diagnosis -- classic symptoms.
Sorry to tell you this but, you more than likely have a blown head gasket. Stop driving the car immediately or you will destroy the engine. This must be fixed in order for the car to be drivable.
You cannot repair a blown head gasket with Stop-Leak. The head will have to be remove and a new gasket installed. Do not drive this car as serious engine damage will occur. I agree 100%. The head will have to come off and re-fitted with a new head gasket, and possibly exhaust and inlet gaskets as these tend to break if you have to remove the manifolds. Having the head "machine-skimmed" is also wise as it will ensure a gas tight seal between the engine block,head and gasket.I'm afraid that there is no way around this, if there were a bodge that could be done, I'd probably know about it!
A blown head gasket on a 94 Ford Crown Vic is fixed by removing the cylinder head, cleaning the gasket surface, and installing a new gasket. The head gasket is extremely important as it prevents oil and water from mixing and contains the vehicle's combustion.