It's definitely possible, but you should probably get a second opinion and don't tell the next mechanic what the previous one said. If it's a rod, you might be able to just use a higher viscosity oil and get a few more miles out of it. On the other hand, if it's a cracked piston or if the rod is bad enough, you'll need to rebuild the engine before it gets worse and permanently damages the crank or block.
you have either a blown head gasket or a cracked block. You need to get it checked out pretty quick because major damage can occur.
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If it makes the ticking sound and the engine will not crank, then either your battery is dead or the starter solenoid is shot.
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You have either a blown head gasket or a cracked head. To determine if the head is cracked requires taking it off the engine and taking it to a machine shop and having it pressure checked. In an extreme case you could have an internal crack in the block but I would suspect the gasket and start there.
ouch, to get water on plugs the engine either has a cracked head or a cracked block
either the hose is split or the resivoir is cracked either the hose is split or the resivoir is cracked
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Sounds like either head gasket, cracked head or cracked block
If you have coolant coming out of the exhaust. You have either a blown head gasket, a cracked head, or a cracked block. This can totally ruin your motor.
If the ticking is coming from under the dash. It's probably your fan housing, or a misaligned fan. You will have to get to the fan and either replace the fan, or move any obstacles that may be hitting the fan.
Either she truly means it, or , like so many of us, she is a product of our box-ticking age and is ticking that particular box in case you do get hurt at any stage - then she can say it wasn't her fault, she did warn you.
No.Most automatic transmission are checked in either park of neutral.Check the dipstick or the owners manual for more info.No.Most automatic transmission are checked in either park of neutral.Check the dipstick or the owners manual for more info.
You have either a blown head gasket or a cracked head
either is a good bat but i had the sv12 and it cracked
Check fuse Check antenna i checked fuse fuse looks good or the fuse box i checked atleast its not antenna either because clock isn't working either
you either have bad piston rings or your valves are staying open. Other Possibilities: Blown head gasket; cracked cylinder head; cracked piston.
A cracked or broken piston will cause a loss of compression, as will cracked or broken rings. The failure of a head gasket will also cause a loss of compression, as will broken, cracked or badly worn valves or valve seats. A crack in the cylinder itself (either the sleeve or the engine block), or a crack in the head itself will cause a loss of compression. A problem with the plug threads or the threads in the head (for engines that have plugs) can cause loss of compression, and injectors (for engines that have them) can leak around the threads, either because the injector threads or the threads in the head have been damaged.
If the sound is coming from either of the rear driver or passneger wheels, you may want to have the rear axle bearing checked. BMW has improved the design over the years, because the old 2002 Automatics before the 320i would lockup if they were worn. I sounds like an occadional clacking or ticking sound.
Either worn valve guides, worn rings, or a holed or cracked piston.
you have water in the oil. either a blown head gasket or a cracked cylender head.
There is a strong possibility that you have either a blown head gasket or cracked cylinder head.
I have no clue either :( I checked every website but i could find it :( sorryy
It is either the speed sensor or the wiring. Have it checked out.
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