A blown manifold exhaust gasket, is simple to explain. The Exhaust manifold ,are bolted to your heads. Which the exhaust pipes are connected to. There is a gasket that goes between the Header and head. What you have is that the gasket is leaking. To fix the problem you have to unbolt the manifold from the head and replace all the gaskets. Dependeing on make and model, you may have a one peice gasket or if you have individual gaskets. all you do is loosen the Mainifold and slip out the old ones and slip in the new ones. Depending on how old and rusty your Mainfold is , you might have to unbolt the Mainifold all the way off. and/of take of the exhaust pipe. But it should be simple. Hope that helps out some.
if it is just a blown exhaust manifold gasket it can ruin your valves, so replace it correctly and make sure everything is clean before putting on the new gasket
Blown head gasket and/or cracked head.
Yes, the exhaust manifold on a 99 Chevy S10 2.2 will need to be be removed during the blown head gasket repair.
You could lose power if the exhaust manifold gasket has blown on a turbo equipped car because the turbo will not receive sufficient pressure. The turbo will produce less boost as it is powered directly by the exhaust gases.
Depending on what engine you have, Intake manifold; vacuum leaks, coolant leaks internal and/or external, oil leaks. Exhaust manifold; exhaust leaks, backfires.
The exhaust manifold needs to have a gasket in place to help seal the juncture between the manifold and the engine. After the gasket and gasket sealer are in place, tighten the bolts for the exhaust manifold. The exhaust pipe can then be replaced on the new exhaust manifold.
Remove the intake and exhaust manifold, then remove the head.
You will need to remove the exhaust manifold retaining bolts in your 1993 Chevy Astro. Remove the exhaust manifold. Remove the exhaust manifold gasket and clean the surface. Reverse the process to install the new exhaust manifold gasket.
You must remove the exhaust manifold, intake manifold, and then remove the head. This is a major repair that should only be attempted by a pro.
Remove the exhaust pipe from the exhaust manifold. Remove the manifold bolts. Remove the manifold. Remove the manifold gasket and clean the surface. Reverse the process to install the new manifold gasket.
an exhaust flange gasket, is the gasket,commonly called a donut that is used to seal where the exhaust pipe is bolted to the exhaust manifold
A blown head gasket can allow coolant to see into the manifold, and out the exhaust. A broken piston ring can also cause this problem.
Loud exhaust noise from the front end is usually caused by one of several problems. The exhaust manifold gasket could be blown, the doughnut gasket could be bad, or there could be a crack in the exhaust itself.
The intake manifold and exhaust manifold must be removed. Then the head must be removed and the gasket replaced. The head must be checked for cracks and to see if it is warped. Then it is all put back together.
An exhaust leak is usually the result of a bad gasket or a cracked manifold. For a proper fix, either the gasket or both the manifold and the gasket must be replaced.
Where is the leak coming from. Most likely you will need to replace the exhaust manifold gasket which will require removing the exhaust manifold.
If the exhaust manifold gasket is leaking the only fix is to replace it with a new one.
more than likely not...you will be dumping alot of water to in the oil....it could be a exhaust manifold gasket
there is no gasket on the exhaust manifold. i have a 93 escort lx wagon and i have a leak somewhere and i looked at the exhaust diagram at my local napa and it doesnt show a gasket. * Not sure which diagram you were looking at but there is DEFINITELY a gasket... Look up exhaust manifold on any popular car site and you will clearly see one.
Exhaust leak at Exhaust manifold to head gasket or oring at exhaust manifold pipe.
Remove intake manifold, exhaust manifold, valve train, and heads. This is a major repair that should only be attempted by a professional.
Blown head gasket.
A bad exhaust manifold gasket could do that.
Is it water ( condensation ) or is it antifreeze. If it is antifreeze it should be smoking WHITE out of the exhaust pipe and if it is then you have either a blown head gasket or a leaking Intake manifold gasket.