The head gasket is sandwiched between the head and the engine block.
Sounds like water pump needs replacing The main pulley is near the top of the engine. The water pump is toward the front of the engine. It is possible that water appears to be leaking from this pulley, but there is a manifold gasket right above it. Double check to find exactly where the water is exiting the engine block. My first hunch is a leaking gasket.
Well, if you take off the head,on the engine, you will see the gasket.
its for sure a blowed head gasket or intake gasket
The head gasket seals between the head and block. The head gasket is inside the engine, up high.
Between the head and engine block.
It's under the head between the engine block and head.
Sandwiched between the head and engine block.
On all engines the head gasket is located between the head[s] and the top surface of the engine block.
Unbolt it and clean of any gasket that is left on the engine block. Install the new pump exactly like the old one cam off.Unbolt it and clean of any gasket that is left on the engine block. Install the new pump exactly like the old one cam off.
Between the head and the engine block.
Sandwiched between the heads and the engine block.
Gasket between engine block and cylinder head
If the engine is run while the gasket is blown, the engine will overheat and eventually blow or seize up. If the gasket blew and engine was soon after turned off, there may be no further damage to the engine. Replacement of the gasket can get this engine in working condition.
If you get a new engine it will have a new head gasket
Sandwiched between the head and engine block.
Typically not no.... the starters is normally located on the underside of the engine where it connects to the Fly wheel, which in turn is connected to the Crank (this is a simple explanation) The head Gasket is located, typically, on the top of the engine, where the 'head' of the engine is. The 'head' houses the cam and lifters and Valves. In short, no, no need to change the head gasket if you are changing the starter. (NOTE: My answer assumes that by 'starter' you mean 'starter motor' on a standard type engine in a car.)
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.
In general, engine thermostats can be found by following the LOWER radiator hose to where it attaches to the engine. The hose is typically attached to a fitting behind which is a gasket and the thermostat. The gasket needs to be replaced when the thermostat is replaced.
First-A head gasket is located in between the piston cylinder head and the engine block, inside a car engine. Now a blown head is a blown head gasket. It causes the engine to overheating. All the engine parts are made of metal. So, when the temperature of an engine heats beyond a point, it leads to the blowing of the head gasket. The gasket has failed to seal the space between the head and block. This allows coolant to enter the combustion chamber or the oil galleys. It can also mean the head has cracked.
Have never worked on Honda, but typically, the thermostat is at the end of the upper radiator hose. Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to where it attaches at the thermostat housing on the engine. Drain the radiator and remove the hose from the housing. Remove the 2 bolts that attach the housing to the engine and the thermostat will be located there. Be sure and note which direction the thermostat fits into the engine so you can install the new one in the same direction. New thermostats usually come with a new gasket (don't forget to buy gasket sealant - not the hardening kind. Also, don't forget to add coolant to the engine before you start your vehicle and check for leaks. Is there an actual diagram that we can look at to see exactly what this is saying? NO; The thermostat is located at the rear (engine end) of the LOWER radiator hose. Remove the air intake hose and a couple of electrical connectors to access it. It comes with a rubber gasket, and do NOT use gasket sealer.
Head gastket located between the engine block and the cylinder head. Going rate around $400 at a local repair shop. The gasket is cheap however the replacement is labor intensive. If you don't know where the head gasket is you definitely want it to be replaced by a professional. Saludos,KW
Between the head and the block.Between the head and the block.
The manifold gasket is the same as the plenum gasket. The manifold gasket is a barrier between the manifold and the engine block.
No. You can have the head gasket replaced. This is unless you kept driving the car with a blown head gasket and have totally destroyed the engine.