whistling noise from engine will be caused by a leaky gasket,sucking air. this is usually the intake manifold gasket
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Sounds like head gasket is leaking allowing coolant into combustion chamber
One of the symptoms of a blown head gasket for a Toyota Camry is excessive steam or coolant coming from the tailpipe. Engine oil mixing with the coolant and a miss in the engine are also symptoms of a blown head gasket.
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if it's coming from the tail pipe or an exhaust leak, it means you have a blown head gasket!
Usually when a head gasket blows, there will be a lot of steam coming from the engine. you may also see blueish smoke or cloudy looking oil.
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 it appears to be coming from where the cylinder head meets the engine block, it is the head gasket. if it appears near the intake manifold and head, it is the intake gasket (or intake AND exhaust gasket on a straight six or Chrysler slant six). if it is coming from the engine block it is a freeze plug. some v-6 and v-8 engines are common for springing coolant leaks at the intake gaskets.
If its a legitimate knocking then you would want to go with head gasket if its a tapping you would be looking at a valve
You need a head or intake gasket. Coolant is getting into engine. Head more likely.
If you get a new engine it will have a new head gasket
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.
its coming fron the engine Had the same issue and while yes it is from the engine not sure if there is anitifreeze anywhere else :) The source was the lower intake manifold gasket was leaking, common on this engine... I was lucky and it did not leak into the oil. The gasket does not cover the front and rear of the block, that is where the bead of gasket sealer runs up the angle to the gasket. Where the manifold meets the block at the angle is prone to leak. Took me a day to do but I was in no hurry. Hope that helps
White smoke coming from the engine can mean many different things. One such thing is that your car may have a blown head gasket or that oil is burning in the engine.
thermostat stuck in the closed position, or blown head gasket, to check remove the raditor cap when the engine is cold and then start the engine if you see large bubbles coming out of the raditor the head gasket is bad
Most likely you are burning antifreeze. This could be cause by a leaking head gasket or an intake manifold gasket. This condition needs to be corrected quickly, as it could lead to catastrophic engine failure.
Why change the engine ? A head gasket replacement with a head skim should cure this problem & would be a lot cheaper than a engine change best wishes
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.
White smoke coming from your tail pipe often indicates an issue with your coolant. The smoke comes from burning coolant. The engine sputters and white smoke is likely an issue with the head gasket.
Excessive blow-by (a tired engine) and/or the PCV system is not functioning correctly. Also, check the condition of the gasket under the oil fill cap.
Have you checked for codes? Have you reset the codes?
Heater return pipe or hose, leaking intake manafold gasket.