well, it is not a major problem, you would basicly get contaminants into the combustion chamber.(oil,Antifreeze, blue smoke means oil burning, white smoke is burning antifreeze/coolant.) the problem comes when too much antifreeze gets in the combustion chamber and your engine locks up(hydrolock) it is not a pleasant thing to deal with. there are other problems that may come with this ,i would not recomend using the vehicle unless you really need to.
Sure you CAN, but if you do continue to run an engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine. Do not run any engine with a blown head gasket or you will be buying a new engine.
It is not wise to drive with a blown head gasket. If you continue driving with a blown gasket, eventually your car will over heat and the engine will seize up. This can cause accidents if it occurs while driving.
Every minute you drive a vehicle with a blown head gasket there is just that more severe internal engine damage. Drive it long enough and you will be buying a new engine or at the very least having this one completely rebuilt.
No. You can warp the heads making your repair costs triple. You can not only warp the heads you can totally destroy the engine. Coolant mixes with the oil when a head gasket is blown. This causes serious engine wear in a short period of time. Never run an engine with a blown head gasket.
Sure you can if you want to destroy the engine in the vehicle. I guarantee if it has a blown head gasket you will do some serious damage in 90 miles and possibly totally destroy this engine. I would not drive it 1 mile if it were my vehicle.
Replace the head gasket for sure. That is assuming you did not continue to drive the vehicle until you destroyed the engine internally.
Immediately stop and do not drive the car any longer. Have it towed to your local mechanic and find out why it overheated. Overheating will destroy an engine and one cause is a blown head gasket. Even if you add coolant and can drive the car you should not. If the head gasket is blown, running the engine with coolant mixed with the oil will do serious damage.
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.
Any vehicle can run with a blown head gasket. Question is, do you want to destroy the engine in your Kia? A sure way to do that is to drive it with a blown head gasket. By doing this you are allowing coolant to be mixed with the oil in the engine. Coolant is a horrible lubricant and is actually very corrosive. It will, in short order, destroy the bearings and all other moving parts in your engine.
If it is cracked, the vehichle may be driveable, but if it's blown, there's not going to be any cylinder compression and the engine won't run.
Yes it does. If you drive any car with a blown head gasket you will have serious internal engine damage.
Not very far. If it's only the head gasket your engine should still run but driving it is a very bad idea. with a blown head gasket the coolant channels wont be sealed and you'll lose it all. without coolant the engine would overheat in a matter of minutes.
Every time you start the engine you are doing damage. The coolant will mix with the oil and coolant is a horrible lubricant. How long you should drive it is none at all. Do not run this engine with a blown head gasket or you will be paying for a complete overhaul or buying another engine.
Symptoms of a blown head gasket are, loss of coolant with no apparent leak, white smoke from the exhaust especially at start up, and white foamy substance on the underside of the oil fill cap, oil level overfull, and a possible engine miss with loss of power. If you do have a blown head gasket stop driving this vehicle immediately. Serious engine damage will occur if you continue to drive this vehicle with a blown head gasket.
A blown intake gasket will cause the engine to run too lean, which in turn will cause drivablity problems. A blown head gasket on the other hand may or may not effect the drivablity of the vehicle and may not set the check engine light. Serious engine damage will occur if you continue to drive a vehicle with a blown head gasket. You can see any or all of these symptoms. White smoke coming from the exhaust, A sweet smell at the exhaust, Loss of coolant, Coolant in the oil, air bubbles in the radiator, engine miss. Either of these conditions may or may not set the check engine light.
Yes, that is possible. But, know that if you have a blown head gasket you will do serious engine damage if you continue to drive the vehicle. You need to have this looked at by a trusted mechanic. Do not continue to drive the vehicle.
Sure, if you want to totally destroy the engine. The more you run the engine the more damage is done to the bearings and rings.
Along with the head gasket you often get warping of the head. Coolant will get mixed with the oil causing engine bearing and ring damage if the car was driven after the head gasket blew. If you continue to drive the car you will eventually ruin the engine.
You may very well have a blown head gasket. This is a very serious problem and if you continue to drive the vehicle you will destroy the engine. Get it repaired ASAP, and stop driving it until you do.You may very well have a blown head gasket. This is a very serious problem and if you continue to drive the vehicle you will destroy the engine. Get it repaired ASAP, and stop driving it until you do.
You can drive it for as long as pie tastes good!
Water belongs in an engine. Now if you mean if there is water in the oil in an engine, this may mean that you have a blown head gasket. This needs repair before you drive the vehicle or it can do serious damage to the engine.
You may have a blown head gasket. This needs to be repaired before you drive the vehicle or you can blow your engine.
Can you and should you are totally different questions. Sure you can drive it if you want to destroy the engine. But you should not unless you wish to destroy the engine. Otherwise, STOP driving this car until you have it repaired.
In some cases, a car with a blown head gasket can be driven. However, it can lead to some bigger car problems down the line.
If it burst because it was defective or just worn out and you did not continue to drive the engine until it overheated then no damage was done. However, if it burst because the engine overheated then you may have blown the head gasket, and you should have it looked at by a professional mechanic. Driving a car with a blown head gasket will do serious damage to the engine.