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1995 jeep 4.0litre head tensions and is there anything tricky replacing the head gasket

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You need to go in to get a pre made mix of i don't no whats its called just say you blown head gasket and they will give you a mix in a little bottle witch you put in with the oil

but blown head casket is pretty costly to replace

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