did you check the condition of the valve stem seals while you had the head off? bad valve stem seals will allow oil to leak into inlet manifold . the head needs to be off to change valve stem seals
The heater core has no gasket. If it is leaking, it must be replaced.
No, the only permanent repair for a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket. Anything else is just an emergency repair.
If you needed a gasket and they replaced it then yes you would be charged for the gasket.
Besides the head gasket and head bolts, any other gaskets, hoses, belts and coolant damaged or lost during the process.
how much u think auto zone or pepboys will charge me to fixa head gasket on a chevy blazer 1996
Yes, a cracked block.
The antifreeze in the oil is a dead give away that the head gasket is blown. Make sure you send the heads out to be checked so they are not warped.
The 1994 Buick Century 4 cylinder head gasket will have to be removed and replaced. The head has to be removed, along with anything that is physically in the way of removal, before the head gasket can be removed.
Having a head gasket replaced on a 2000 Amigo can be replaced but it can be hard depending on if the mechanic has the right instructions. Also, depending on the condition of the head gasket can depend on how hard it is replace the gasket.
It is between the upper and lower intake manifold. The gasket is an o-ring type.
You can't without disassembling the engine. They will exhibit the same symptoms. And besides it really does not matter. Either way the heads must be removed and inspected and the gasket must be replaced. So it really does not matter which you have as the repair is the same other than if the head is cracked it must be replaced.
Did you check the thermostat to make sure it is working? If it is and you have enough coolant, you might want to check for head gasket issue. You can rent a tester at Autozone. HTH
valve cover gasket
At best, they're a temporary stopgap measure until you can get the gasket replaced.
The head gasket on a 1999 Chevy Malibu is replaced by removing the coolant, intake manifold, and retaining bolts. The cylinder head can then be removed, the gasket replaced, and everything reassembled.
Besides water in the oil, you will have little to no compression on the cylinder(s) in the area where the gasket is blown.
It would be recommended if coolant had mixed with the engine oil before the head gasket was replaced.
You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head.
Stuck closed thermostat or a bad head gasket.
no, the gasket jas to be replaced and the cylinder head re-surfaced.
No additive is going to help - you need to get your head gasket replaced.
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.
The head will have to be pulled and the gasket replaced. If the car overheated the head may have warped and will need to be resurfaced or replaced as well.