Engine Head Gasket Leak?

Answer A head gasket leak is the failure of the head gasket, a seal between the engine block, which houses the engine's cylinders and pistons, and the cylinder head, which contains the valves that admit a... Read More »

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Intake Manifold Leak Vs. Head Gasket Leak?

A head gasket seals an engine as well as the pathways of oil and coolant within the engine. An intake manifold gasket seals the cylinder heads and the intake manifold together. Information on these... Read More »

How to Fix a Head Gasket Leak?

See white smoke in your exhaust or water in the oil of your car? It could be a sign that you have a head gasket leak. The head gasket of the car is located between the cylinder head and the engine.... Read More »

Causes of a Head Gasket Leak?

A head gasket is a mechanical seal used in engines to seal cylinders. This helps avoid leakage of liquids such as engine coolant or oil which could lead to further problems and damage the engine. H... Read More »

How to Test for a Head Gasket Leak?

External coolant leaks from your car can be easy to determine because the green or brownish liquid -- depending on the type of coolant -- is visibly leaking from hoses or other engine components on... Read More »