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Hoe to replace head gasket

How can I replace gasket and motor fan

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Thats a big job, but you might try KW block seal, see you local auto parts store and ask them for advice.

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My car is overhit,the thermo in new,the bleed is than but stil overhit


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Ok so a few days ago i relized my car was smoking. brought it to a garage they said my head gasket was going and told me they could put this head gasket seal in my car to stop it. so they did. yesterday i...


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