Head Gaskets and Valve Covers
Chrysler Cirrus

What are the symptoms of a failing head gasket for a 1995 Chrysler Cirrus?


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2005-03-13 00:56:53
2005-03-13 00:56:53

Coolant in the oil, low compression on the cylinder where the gasket is blown, air bubbles in the radiator, sweet smell at the tailpipe, white smoke at the tailpipe, especially at startup, & loosing coolant with no apparent leak.


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