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Blown head gasket repair cost

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Its not the gasket that costs you its the labour.gasket costs 100 max with seals .labour costs are 600 to endless .so if the car is old get rid buy
one for what you would of spent. m.o.t. proof they are the true owner , you can check this out on any insurance site as a new car for you. but me i would get rid unless its worth it. just take in mind it just takes you from A-B

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