no, you just replace it with a new one
It depends on the make, model, year, engine, AC or non-AC and your location, need more info.
It does not matter. If one is blown on a V6 or V8 then you need to replace them both.
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.
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.
If you remove the head then of course you replace the head gasket.Where can you get sodium silicate to fix a blown head gasket?Know that adding sodium silicate to an engine is only a temporary fix for a blown head gasket and will not permantly fix the problem. The only permanent fix is to replace the head gasket. I would never add any head gasket fix material to any engine.
Engine overheating, white smoke from the tailpipe, coolant in the oil, air bubbling from radiator with cap off engine cold and running. A compression test will verify if indeed the gasket is blown.
open rear hatch, pull off access cover and replace the blown bulb,usually you will need 2 ,for some reason these seem always to blow in pairs.
The chain usually lasts the life of the engine. It only needs changed if it has failed.
The head or heads will have to be remove and inspected for cracks or warpage. You then replace the gasket and reinstall the head. Drain the oil and change the filter. Replace the thermostat and pour in fresh coolant. Unless you ran it hot or drove it for a long period of time in this condition you may be ok. If you just kept driving it then you will have damage to the rings and bearings an the engine may need an overhaul. Really depends on how long the engine was driven with a blown gasket.
Answeri blow mine to blown head gasket. $600 to fix .oil goes every whereusually when we say an engine blows it is catastrophic like a rod thru the block or a broken crankshaft in other words you need a new engine
i don't know, why do you even need to know. Go to an expert!
u have a blown head gasket.u need to replace the head gasket
Answerbeacuse there is no gas..you either have a blown fuse or you need to replace the lighter
no cuz its juz ur speakers that are blown and it should't affect the other parts of the com.
The voltage regualtor is part of the engine computer. You will have to replace it. You will need to remove the battery to access.The voltage regualtor is part of the engine computer. You will have to replace it. You will need to remove the battery to access.
You need to remove the dash in order to get back there to replace any blown bulbs.
how do i replace the pvc vacuum hoses?
There's no need to replace knock sensors, and there was never a 3.6 engine.
To replace timing chain on a 3.1 Chevy Lumina engine, you need to first make sure that your motor or engine is turned off. Then you need to remove the chain and replace it.
you will need to remove either the engine or the transmission(engine is easiest in the 94 escorts) replace the clutch and put the engine back in
You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOP driving this car immediately or you will do serious damage to the engine. It will need the gasket replaced and the head checked.You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOP driving this car immediately or you will do serious damage to the engine. It will need the gasket replaced and the head checked.
You need to be more specific. There are many kinds of engine noise! From your description it can be anything from a blown rod to a belt!
The Battery is shot and you need to replace it.