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Can I use Barr's leak Block sealer

I have a bad head gasket. There is no milky color in the oil. Already talked to someone an was told I have a blown head gasket. Radiator keeps losing fluid, reservoir tank bubbles an water come out the top of the lid. Can I use Barr's leak Block sealer to try an seal the gasket.

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you can have a blown head gasket without mixing of liquids, the coolant is going out the tailpipe, and engine compression is overloading the coolant system pressure

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No white smoke or liquid from tail pipe

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