How to Replace a Blown Head Gasket in a Toyota Truck?

Answer When a Toyota truck overheats, multiple costly problems may result. One common consequence is the cracking or failure of the cylinder head gasket. On Toyotas, these gaskets do not typically fail al... Read More »

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How to Replace a Head Gasket on a '93 Toyota Truck?

When the head gasket fails on a Toyota truck, a number of different things occur. First, the oil will mix with coolant in both the oil pan and cooling system. The truck will also overheat very quic... Read More »

Symptoms of a Blown Head Gasket in a 3.0 Toyota?

A blown head gasket is a serious automotive problem. Head gaskets used in Toyota's 3.0 engine (most commonly found in the company's pickup trucks and 4Runners) have been particularly susceptible to... Read More »

How to Price a 1988 Chevrolet Truck Blown Head Gasket?

The head gasket on a 1988 Chevrolet Truck usually blows out because the vehicle has been overheated. The heads are aluminum, and the block is cast, and the two dissimilar metals expand at a differe... Read More »

How to Repair a Blown Head Gasket in a 1991 Toyota V6?

Most car owners faced with the diagnosis of a blown head gasket are shocked when they learn that replacing a $30 part will cost thousands of dollars. The head gasket usually blows because the engin... Read More »