Head Gasket Problems?

Answer The head gasket is made to seal the space where the engine valve train and the engine cylinder block come together. The engine block and valve train head are surrounded by cooling channels that all... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Head Gasket Problems

Head Gasket Problems on a 2.5L Subaru WRX?

The Subaru offers a turbocharged 2.5-liter engine. If the vehicle overheats or starts to leak fluids, such as motor oil or coolant, this may be because of a blown head gasket. When this occurs, you... Read More »

Engine Head Gasket Problems?

An engine head gasket is used to seal a cylinder head, which sits atop the engine block and cylinders. It seals these elements to prevent oil and coolant from mixing. These gaskets can experience p... Read More »

Head Gasket Sealing Problems?

A head gasket creates a seal between the engine block and the cylinder head. Though the gasket is simple and inexpensive, the difficulty of replacing the gasket makes getting a proper seal the firs... Read More »

Signs of Head Gasket Problems?

The head gasket is a highly durable seal that is placed between the two components of the engine's head, used to separate the top and bottom halves without allowing any of the necessary engine flui... Read More »