I really am not. I have my car up for sale right now and we are pretty sure there is a small issue with my head gasket. I put the car for sale for less than half what it is worth. It is a mustang so given the type of car there are many guys out there who take them and fix them up without much problem. Anyway, I had a guy call last night wanting to trade me cars but he was nice, he told me of a quick fix for my car. He said there is a liquid head gasket fix that can probably get my car through until I can get it fixed right (in a couple months). I am wondering if anyone has ever used something like this?
Answer by amberpaiz at 9:11 AM on Jun. 7, 2011
Answer by canelamami at 10:45 AM on Jun. 7, 2011
Answer by canelamami at 9:08 AM on Jun. 7, 2011
Answer by missanc at 9:12 AM on Jun. 7, 2011
For a small leak, the stop leak additives can work. If this is a classic Mustang, I wouldn't do it. You can gum things up elsewhere in the system with these additives. Replacing a head gasket is a BIG job. It's easy to screw up if you don't do it just right and really clean where the old one came out as well as making sure you don't block the holes that are supposed to stay open on the head. Have you tried tightening the screws that hold the head down? Sometimes that's all that's needed with a leak. (Vibration can cause screws to loosen. My sister had a Vega that had screws that regularly loosened and caused problems. Lock-tight fixed it finally!)
Answer by JSD24 at 9:22 AM on Jun. 7, 2011
Answer by katiebug840204 at 2:19 PM on Jun. 7, 2011
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