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Head gasket gone can i fix it at home its kia sadona 2.9 16 valve how much and any advice

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Yes, You can fix at home, But you have to find the reson for defect & check surface of block,head Pressure test

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I havnt topped my radiator up for some time with water,its caused damge to the gasket,now it has water the heaters work with warm and cold ,my question is can my gasket now repair its self

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What would cause no compression what so ever,we have replaced the head gasket.


The Kia engine has two overhead camshafts that have to be properly aligned when installing the cylinder head. If you didn't get the timing marks on the cam pulleys as well as the crankshaft pulley lined up the valves will hit the pistons the first time you crank it over. If the valves hit the pistons, they will bend and no longer seal [no compression]. For instance, if the timing belt breaks while the engine is running here is a picture of the result [also no compression]:
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From the next picture you can see how close the valves are to the pistons:
637d1130778964-headgasket-replacement-picture_024.jpgThe video is from a very similar engine


This forum post is worth reading completely:
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How do you re[lace a valve cover gasket


Hi , don't know your level of mechanical expertise but if your talking about th V6 engine it is a seriously involved job to undertake , i've included a link to a kia forum for more info and advice , keep me posted if you wish
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How do you replace the head gasket


with great difficultry, It is verry time consuming end verry costly to have it (Replaced)

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How to replace valve caver gasket. 2004 Kia sadona.


Alot stuff has to be removed, starting with harness and intake plenumn

Nov 03, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2004 kia sadona is leaking oil from the black pluge on right side top of engine. i taped it back in an it keeps pushing it out.what can i do to fix it


Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. The only way to fix it for sure is by taking the head off and fixing the seal. The seal is probably busted. You neec to check the bolts though first and make sure they are tight. They may be loose. If not, you will probably need the seal fixed.

Jul 01, 2011 | 2004 Kia Sedona

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I have 2002 kia sedona the problem is that it wont rev above 2750 revs and there is a loss of power,i took it on the motorway yesterday and it wouldnt go above 70 it seems like some sort ov safty decice...


this could possibly be an air leak, when I say that what I mean is it's possible that you have a vacuum hose come off it's fitting or a damaged hose check all hose's are secure and not split perished or trapped, think back have you done any work in the engine compartment recently if the answer is yes, that's the area to look in, it's so easy to catch a small hose so it becomes disconnected, have you noticed any oil residue on top of the radiator water or water going down and you have to constantly top it up or is their any white smoke coming from the exhaust whilst driving or is the engine boiling water, a the signs relate to a head gasket leak or blown, unfortunately the Kia Sadona, do tend to blow head gaskets not ever body suffers this but the majority do this a caused by the cylinder head warping over a period of time and the head needs to be removed and skimmed.

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Aug 15, 2010 | Kia Sedona Cars & Trucks

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2005 kia sadona belt replacemnet


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Jul 15, 2009 | 2003 Kia Sedona

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It could be an air leak. Check for bleed valves in the cooling system on top of the engine.

Old hoses could have collapsed internally. Replace radiator hoses.

Check connection to temperature sender- could be gauge.

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