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Head gasket it will not start up at all, could it be the head gasket?how long is the vehicle

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Do you have allot of white smoke? is there coolant in the oil? if so the head gasket is blown.

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Check the turbo make sure it hasn't been hit against a curbe or something hard. If it has it most likely the turbo condenser is damaged.

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At startup engine runs rough with a white smoke out of exaust with a sulfur smell. . stops after tthe engine reaches op temp.


On a vehicle that old, especially with high mileage, the symptoms you describe are fairly typical of a failing head gasket. When head gaskets begin to fail, they will allow water to drip into one or more cylinders, which will burn off as steam when the car is first started. Check to see if you are losing any coolant, however small the amount.
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I never like to be the bearer of bad news, but this will be one of those times.If the vehicle is cold when you start the vehicle up(cold like siting overnight) and you start the vehicle up and almost instantly steam starts shooting or puffing out of the radiator with the cap off then this is a telltale universal sign of a failed head gasket.This is the result of a failure on the gasket between the exhaust sealing side and coolant sealing galleys, hence the steam blowing out of the radiator, this is the only place where it can escape in the cooling system.If the vehicle wasn't driven for an extended period of time inthis condition then it may still be very repairable.A head gasket repair is obviously an extensive bill, if i can answer any more questions please get back to me HOPE I COULD HELP!!

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