How to Drive a Car With a Blown Head Gasket?

Answer You should drive a car with a blown head gasket only as a last-resort emergency. The longer you drive the vehicle, the more you'll damage the internal parts. Long-term use can compromise the entire... Read More »

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How Long Can You Drive With a Blown Head Gasket?

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How to Trade in a Car With a Blown Head Gasket?

A blown head gasket allows coolant to seep into the combustion area where it is converted to steam and smoke. The resulting white plume of smoke from the tail pipe is a tell-tale sign your head gas... Read More »

How to Determine a Leak With a Blown Head Gasket?

Keeping track of and immediately fixing any leaks you find in your engine are both not only important to the function and efficiency of your engine, but can prevent accident and injury while you ar... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Blown Head Gasket with No Signs?

Blown head gaskets are expensive repairs, and are most often caused by an overheated engine. Some compact engine designs, however, are prone to head gasket failure under normal operating conditions... Read More »