Head Gaskets

Head Gasket Sealant

Hello sir, I have a Dodge Ram 1500 5.2 liter v8 4×4 automatic transmission. I had a blow out on my bypass […]

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Head Gasket Sealant – This Really Works

Reader Question Hello sir, I have a 96 dodge ram 1500 5.2 liter v8 4×4 automatic tranny. I had a blow out […]

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Head Gasket Repair Cost

Hi Austin, love your site and all the time and effort you have put into helping people with their car problems, like […]

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K&W Block Seal

Hi Austin. I read a couple of your posts on this subject. I have used K&W Block Seal without your “leave it […]

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How To Use K&W Engine Block Sealer

Reader Question Hi Austin. I read a couple of your posts on this subject. I have used K&W without your “leave it […]

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Blown Head Gasket

How do you know if you have a blown head gasket or not? Did your mechanic tell you that your engine over […]

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Blown Head Gasket Symptoms

I usually get my oil changed at Jiffy Lube because they are convenient and I can’t crawl under my car and change my oil like I used to. I got it changed there a few months ago and shortly thereafter my car started to overheat and the heater stopped working. If I revved the engine really high it would cool off and if I was idling the engine would get really hot but the heater still blew cold air this was in February in Utah.

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1989 Toyota Pickup Over Heated Now Runs Bad

I need help with my 1989 Toyota pick-up 22r engine. Engine ran hot. I drove it home stopping to let cool many times. Changed thermostat. Worked good but a whining noise, when I first started it, came from the front of the engine….

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Blown Head Gasket Sealer Additive

I saw your answer to someone below after searching for a good block sealer: “If they DO suspect a blown head gasket or cracked block you might want to try a can of KW Engine Block Seal additive you can buy at your local auto supply. Drain out the coolant, add the can of additive to your radiator and drive the car for about 500 miles, then drain out the water/additive and install the proper mix of coolant and water to the radiator.

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