How to Replace a Cylinder Head Gasket?

Answer An engine's cylinder head gasket ensures that oil and antifreeze do not enter the combustion chamber. If white smoke exits the exhaust pipe, it is likely that water is entering the combustion chamb... Read More »

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How to Fix a Head Gasket on a Four Cylinder?

The combustion chamber where the gas is burned to push the pistons and drive the car is bound, top and bottom, by the engine block and the cylinder head. The block and head are held together by bol... Read More »

What is a Cylinder Head Gasket?

Piston-type internal combustion engines of all shapes and sizes have one or more cylinders, capped by a cylinder head or heads. The seal between the cylinder head and the cylinder is vital to the ... Read More »

Cylinder Head Gasket Problems & Symptoms?

The head gasket, located between the cylinder head and the engine block, is an important part of the internal combustion engine's cooling system. Its primary function is to limit heat generated by... Read More »

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 »