How to Diagnose a Blown Head Gasket?

Answer The head gasket on your vehicle seals the head to the engine block. It also seals out the engine coolant that is circulating through cooling channels built into the casting of the block. When the ... Read More »

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How to Diagnose a Blown Cylinder Head Gasket?

A blown head gasket will make your car or truck run rough, misfire and will over time become virtually undrivable. The problem is that these symptoms can apply to a blown head gasket as well as oth... Read More »

Blown Head Gasket FAQ?

A head gasket in an internal combustion engine seals the cylinder head to prevent coolant or oil from leaking into the cylinder. If you notice blue or white smoke coming from your engine or exhaust... Read More »

What Causes a Blown Head Gasket in a Car?

The head gasket seals the engine block to the cylinder head in a car. The head gasket helps to ensure compression. It also prevents coolant or engine oil from leaking into the cylinders. A blown he... Read More »

How to Fix a Blown Head Gasket on an F-150?

The Ford F-150 is a dependable truck, and the price for a used one can be very low. One reason someone might sell their F-150 is because of a blown head gasket. A mechanic might charge as much as $... Read More »