replace the entire engine.
Replace the head gasket for sure. That is assuming you did not continue to drive the vehicle until you destroyed the engine internally.
It would be more cost effective to replace the blown engine with a re-manufactured one.
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.
replace the motor. you can buy a new one or find a junkyard/salvage yard and get a used one, and some even install them
How much should it cost to replace a blown head gasket for a 197 BMW 528I
Replace headlight bulb only when blown.
no, you just replace it with a new one
The price to replace a blown head gasket on a Chrysler Sebring V6 should be around $1,000.00. The price can vary depending on where you have the repairs made or if you replace it yourself.
Rebuild!!!! There is no need to replace the whole engine. The head gasket is a pretty easy fix if for a machanic. You will save a lot of money this way to. Your looking to spend between $400-$700 depending on who you have do it.
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.
your question needs more detail - make and HP of engine would be a good start.
Remove the head, Grind it flat and replace it using a new gasket.
Remove the blown fuse. Replace it with a new fuse.
It can cost between $30 and $100+ to replace a blown head gasket. It will depend on where the person buys the part and if a shop does the change out or not.
Remove intake and exhaust manifolds, and then remove the head. This is a major repair that should only be attempted by someone who is competent.
The term "blown engine" usaully means the the engine is dead in which case you would not have any power. In the racing world the term "blown engine" could mean something else. A blown engine would be an engine that is super charged with a blower in which case you would have more power.
It will solve the problem. The 3.4 is notorious for poor head gaskets. You can replace the gaskets on the engine without replacing the engine, and that will solve the problem for quite a while. It will be much less costly than an engine replacement.
There is no way of knowing until the engine is taken apart and checked. What you would hope to be a blown head gasket may turn out to be a cracked head(s) and that would bring the cost up alot.
Here's the order you should troubleshoot:Fuse BlownWiper Relay BlownSpindles StrippedLinkage BrokeWiper Motor Blown Normally its just the fuse. See your owners manual.
it really does not matter which one is blown. If one is blown you need to replace them both. You are performing a major overhaul to even replace one and it would be foolish to not replace them both. If you do not the one you did not replace may very well be on the verge of blowing and you will be doing it all over again in a few days or weeks. Replacing them both is the smart thing to do. Besides you are going to get them both when you purchase the gaskets.
how do i replace a blown head gasket on a 98 Toyota corolla
you mean a valve cover gasket i think
It's most likely due to a blown fuse. Just replace the fuse and it should come on again. It's most likely due to a blown fuse. Just replace the fuse and it should come on again.