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Here are the removal procedures for your vehicle's cylinder head. Gasket can be replaced once head is removed.

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Not necessarily. I assume you mean that the compression on one cylinder is low? This is generally either the rings/cylinder, or valves. Sometimes a blown headgasket can drop compression, but will generally have other symptoms, ie., blown between one cylinder and another, blown between the cylinder and a cooling or oil passage, etc.

A GOOD shop will check more than compression, to determine where the exact problem is.

*A head gasket blown between 2 cylinders will have low compression on bothe affected cylinders.
*A head gasket blown into an oil or cooling passage will blow bubbles (gasses) into the affected area.
*To check the rings/cylinder, after running the first compression check, put a few ounces of oil into the cylinder through the spark plug hole. Re-run the compression check on that cylinder, and if the compression improves dramatically, you have bad rings on that cylinder.
*To check the valves, you need what is called a pressure differential guage. You place the affected cylinder at TDC (Top Dead Center) on the compression stroke. You then attach the guage, and apply a set amount of air pressure to the cylinder, usually about 100psi. One dial on the gauge reads input pressure (100psi), and the other reads how much the cylinder is actually holding. A drop of more than 10-15% generally indicates a bad valve in the head (as long as the prevoius checks came out OK). To determine which valve is bad, remove the intake ducting and listen for escaping air (Intake Valve) and listen at the tailpipe for the same (exhaust valve).

These are general procedures for tests so that you can see if your mechanic has actually performed them or not. If you want to run the tests yourself, I can give you more specific instructions.

Repairs:
Head Gasket - need to remove the head and check the head and block for cracks. Then replace the gasket and reinstall the head.
Bad Valve(s) - need to remove the head and have the bad valves reground or replaced by a machine shop and then reinstall the head.
Bad Rings/Cylinder - the engine will need to be removed and either machined and rebuilt or replaced.

Again, if you want any more specifics, please ask.

Hope this was helpful!

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Hi, You need to replace head gasket. For the heads you can rebuild / re machining except for severe condition , you should replace. Your car may has overheating problem earlier that make your gasket blown and heads problem.

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Vehicle cooling system loosing water, foam in engine oil and had a new head gasket 9 months ago


Seems as though once again you are in the blown head gasket or worse situation. This can also be a result of either a cracked head or block. There is a dye test that can be performed on the head once it is removed, the block would have to be magnafluxed to make sure of no cracks. The later requires complete engine rebuild.

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I would suspect a blown head gasket. STOP driving the vehicle immediately or serious engine damage will occur. Drain the oil and change the filter. The head itself may also be cracked. A compression test will determine if the head gasket is blown or the head is cracked. Take it to a trusted mechanic for diagnosis and repair if he is close by. If not have it towed in for repair.

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Blown head gasket or cracked head. Need to get the head off and have it checked for cracks at a machine shop.

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White smoke out of the exhaust is one indication that the head gasket is blown. Another is to start the car and check the oil on the dipstick. If it's frothy or looks like a milkshake, this is another indication of a blown head gasket. The milky appearance indicates that coolant is in your engine, caused by a bad head gasket. If none of these symptoms occur, then the problem lies elsewhere. Hope this answers your question and feel free to post back with any other concerns or questions. Thank you.
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When the engine is "over heating" are the radiator cooling fans running on high speed?

Has there been any engine work performed on the vehicle lately?

Let me know.
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