Question about 1989 Dodge Daytona
Get a good quality head gasket. This is too important a part to use a cheap replacement. Torque down the head to specs. Make sure your head bolts are good. Follow the proper torquing procedure and replace the head bolts if needed. Make sure the head is not warped. A warped head might allow water to leak through repeatedly in the same spot if the head is allowing too much of a gap and not sealing with the gasket properly.
Posted on Sep 05, 2016
Yes especially if you keep using the same head and are not getting it shaved or getting a reman head they are dirt cheap , also check on aftermarket head gasket from mr.gasket like a copper or blumax
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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