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I used Blue Devil to seal a headgasket on my 2001 mustang gt ... It helped the gasket but when i test drove it after (the next day) the throttle stuck and couldnt get it unstuck ... HElp...

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you can check your pump if working,by the bleeder in the fuel rail ,ignition onit suppose to have apreasure on it

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SOURCE: Rear Axel Seal

Wheel, brakes etc that are in way of pulling axle out have to come off. Drain rear end fluid, remove rear housing cover, remove bolt that holds pin in differential, remove differential pin, push in slightly on axle to remove "U" clip that holds shaft in, then slide shaft out. replace seal. Reverse procedure for re-install & fill with gear lube. If any questions, get back to us.

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SOURCE: Firing Order for 2001 mustang gt 4.6 2v

The firing order is = 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8

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SOURCE: have a 2001 gmc jimmy...drove home gas gauge read

chevy and gmc trucks have an on going problem with this,turn the key on,and get a rubber mallot or a hammer and hit the bottom of the fuel tank a couple of times,this will unstick something in the fuel pump/sending unit.

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SOURCE: Does head gasket make car over heat and does the

head gasket problems can cause leakage of antifreeze into the exhaust through the cylinders and low antifreeze levels can cause an overheat problem due to a leaky head gasket.

A leaky water pump can do the same thing except you'll see a puddle of antifreeze from the o-ring not sealing right.

Blown head gasket seal can help with minor defects in the head gasket seal but not major leaks.

It may be worth the cost to try a head gasket seal solution before replacing the head gasket which is a major procedure.

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