Could be a blown head gasket or the piston rings Could be a blown head gasket or the piston rings
To change the oil pan gasket on a 1999 Chrysler Cirrus, disconnect the negative cable from the remote battery jumper. Then remove the oil drain plug to drain the oil pan. Next, remove the drive belt and exhaust cross-pipe. Remove the dipstick tube and the starter motor before pulling off the oil pan gasket.
First of all you can get to the first 3 plugs very easily. The other three you have to take off the plenum (be sure to replace the old plenum gasket)
It requires replacing the head gasket.
Take it off, replace the gasket
The oil pan gasket on a 1995 Chrysler 3.5 V6 engine is changed by draining the oil and removing the retaining bolts. The pan is then lowered, the gasket removed, and a new gasket put in place.
head gasket failing
A person can change the oil pan gasket on a 1995 Chrysler 3.5 engine by first draining the oil. The pan is then unbolted, the original gasket removed, and a new one put in place.
you probably have air in cooling system, which is probably caused by blown head gasket(s). Head gasket and intake gasket on these engines are notorious for failing.
You can change a head gasket if that is all that is wrong.
A blown head gasket can have many symptoms including loss of coolant out the tailpipe, mixing of coolant and oil (which makes the oil look something like a chocolate milkshake), loss of power, or low compression in one or more cylinders. A cracked block can also exhibit these same symptoms but is less likely.
It is possible that the gasket could leak between cylinders. The overheating and coolant loss would happen if the gasket was failing around the coolant passages.
A part or gasket has failed.
that is a bad head gasket or blown head gasket the engine needs to be repair
One of the symptoms of a blown head gasket for a Toyota Camry is excessive steam or coolant coming from the tailpipe. Engine oil mixing with the coolant and a miss in the engine are also symptoms of a blown head gasket.
Water pump gasket, head gasket, water tube,
leaking oil or seepage from around the gasket area
I do not work on chryslers but a common sense thing to do is follow your radiator hose to the gooseneck (thermostat housing- where the radiator hose meets the block) and thermostats are located in that housing. Usually 3-4 bolts and a gasket. O ya pus a small fluid surprise.
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.
Yes, the intake gasket is notorious for failing on S-10's around 100,000 miles. It should not cost more than $400 to replace. The original gasket is made with plastic and rubber, but the new problem solver kit fixes the gasket w/ a new gasket that is made of metal w/ rubber inserts. The water pump is also notorious for failing around 95,000 miles if that has not yet been a problem for you. Hope this helps.
It should be on the drain plug.
It is between the pan and transmission case.
Head gasket failing The most common cause is a blown head gasket. Stop driving the car as severe engine damage will occur.
my car overheated and now i have excessive water coming out the tailpipe of my 97 Nissan altima . is the head gasket blown ?
Spray carb cleaner at the gasket. If you hear a change in engine noise or engine speed, you have what is called a vacuum leak.