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It was for a blown head gasket,,,can it be repeated maybe?
Yes, I have had the same experience.
That product is made for various different applications ( different problems.)
If you used it for a blown head gasket, which is the most common usage, and it is smoking white smoke or steam,likely it did not fix the head gasket.
That was my experience on two cars.
You have not mentioned if you put it in for a blown head gasket, or a cracked block .
In any regards, another motor from a salvage yard might be the cheapest fix, if you can get one that has a 90 day guarantee.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Dec 19, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hyundai santa fe 2001
p0715 > A/T input speed sensor circuit 1. Many malfunctions in the electrical system are caused by poor harness and terminals. Faults can also be caused by interference from other electrical systems, and mechanical or chemical damage. 2. Thoroughly check connectors for looseness, poor connection, bending, corrosion, contamination, deterioration, or damage. P1729>This DTC code is related to the EMC and is set If EMS harness has an open battery source 1. Ignition OFF 2. M54 Electric Magnet Valve Clutch connector : Disconnect. 3. Measure resistance between 1 & 2. A. Specification : Approx. 1.8 ~ 2.2 Ω The above value is only for reference. The data from vehicle may differ from it according as various vehicle condition. This inspection is for checking open or short of EMC coil.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: hyundai santa fe 2001
FC P1529 means "Check TCM"
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
I think I'd have to gamble on a new relay, and clean up contacts in those sockets with electrical cleaner, then add dielectric grease before plugging in new one. Do the pump first obviously.
Posted on May 05, 2009
SOURCE: Car died rotton egg smell
Not sure if engine coolant smells like rotten egs when it burns inside the cylinders , but it sounds like you may have blown a head gasket. Coolant and/or oil could be getting inside combustion chamber. Another possibility is that the catyletic converter might have broken up and colapsed onto the screen where it goes into the exhaust. Might give the rotten egg smell and block the exhaust enough to cause backpressure sufficient to cause the engine to run poorly too.
Try putting your palm over the exhaust pipe , if the exhaust is coming out in pulses (pop ,pop,pop) thats normal , if it is just slowly flowing out with no noticable pulses , I would check into the cat converter problem.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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