Someone didn't hook the wires up right.
That isn't likely. Most head gasket failures are caused by overheating. Not changing the oil will cause the motor to sludge up and increase the wear on the internal parts.
nissan primera overheating after changing the water pump and radiator what could be the cause of this
Possible but not likely.
that would be a head gasket
You have a blown head gasket.
You need to have the abs checked for codes. Then you can diagnose cause.
Failed hose, water pump, freeze plug, intake gasket..........
The Intake gasket is leaking, NOT THE HEAD GASKET. Replace the intake gasket
In most cases it will cost in excess of Eight-Hundred dollars. It is an important repair to make, because if you keep driving with a bad head-gasket, you can cause SERIOUS damage.
Something was assembled improperly. Double check all work.
If the fuel pump is the cause of the stall out.
I blown head gasket can cause an engine miss which one cause a rough idle.
either a blown head gasket or a cracked head head gasket
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Replacing the timing belt on an Interference engine, and doing it wrong, can cause serious problems. Busted piston, bent valve, cracked head, are a few.
It could be a bad head gasket or a leaking oil cooler. Doing a compression check should tell if it is a bad head gasket.
it is possible that the lower intake gasket is failed. That allows oil to be pulled directly into the intake manifold and burned.
Spark plug, plug wire, distributor cap, injector, internal engine ........as in a blown head gasket.
Low coolant? Cooling system airbound? Low coolant? Cooling system airbound?
Could be the belt in the tire, that can cause it to squeek, also it could be the wheel bearing or the C/V Joint.
Could be a bad head gasket. You would get engine oil leaking into the cylinder heads and that would show as smoke out the tail pipe.
No, a normal tune up cannot cause a blown head gasket. A blown head gasket normally is caused by an engine overheating or by a defect in the gasket or head. If it happened right after a tune-up that is just a coincidence.
change both filters and be sure both are tight
It is possible that the timing belt is not in proper time.
The carburetor needs calibration or changing of possibly defective part, for example, gasket or needles.