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Head gasket have you heard of Steal Seal, its a product on the internet that claims to fix head gaskets. Its a liquid thats put into the radiator and when the engine is started for a few minutes its meant to make its way to the problem area and seal it. Would you recommend this?

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Yes, I have heard of this product, and I have used it. It does indeed work quite well. Just follow the directions, that is important for the additive to work properly. I would not be afraid to use it.
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