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Anyone had good experience fixing a blown headgasket using Blue Devil?

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That may give you a few extra days but it is not a fix and will cause more damage to the motor eventualy. Save your car fix it right.

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Tried blue devil 3 days ago, followed directions to the t. 2nd day ran fine, no smoking , 3rd day after driving 10 min it is smoking extremely bad! Do I need to repeat procedure or is block finished?


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.

Dec 19, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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If i was told my head gasket is going to crack im not over heating yet how long can i drive it


Going to crack or already leaking? Do you have a milky solution in your oil? Has the motor overheated before? There is a miracle remedy that works..."Blue Devil" read the label clearly...available at your auto parts store...may extend the motor life without replacing the headgasket...about $35. per bottle...hope this helps.

May 08, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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DIESEL FUEL MIXING WITH WATER IN THE RADIATOR


Get some BLUE DEVIL and follow the Directions. You have a Blown head Gasket or a Cracked Intake or Head.

Feb 12, 2014 | 1998 Isuzu Trooper

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I have a growing head gasket proplem, hole into the coolent and oil now, can I use the blue devil sealent to fix it?


when the water mixes with the oil , if you don't fix it right away , you can warp the head or crack the head or engine block.

Sep 07, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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BLOWN HEADGASKET- Gasket Sealers? I have heard that there are a few additives that work to fix a blown head gasket. Mechanics seem to like "BLUE DEVIL." One stated that he has used the product...


My personal experiences with gasket sealers for Head gaskets has been very poor due to the fact that it's difficult for the sealer to stick in the leak when there's so much combustion pressure trying to push the sealant out of the leak on one side and only about 17 psi of coolant pressure trying to keep it in from the other side. On both a 2.0L or a 2.4L engine I would suggest having the head removed and inspected and the gasket replaced....then your problem is fixed and done. Sealants may work for a while but I view them as a temporary band aid approach at best. If you have over 100,000 miles on the engine and haven't yet replaced the timing belt then it would be a good time to do that also as a worn timing belt can cause some pretty severe engine damage should it fail. Hope this helps and good luck!

Feb 20, 2011 | 1996 Dodge Intrepid

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MY CADILLAC IS OVERHEATING I HAVE ALREADY REPLACED THE WATER PUMP AND THERMOSTAT BUT IT STILL IS OVERHEATING. I ALSO HAD A BLOWN HEAD GASKET SO I BOUGHT SOME BLUE DEVIL AND DID ALL I WAS SUPPOSE TO FOR...


BLOWN HEAD GASKET IS THE PROBLEM CANT PATCH UP WITH STOP LEAK PRODUCTS WHICH WILL STOP RADIATOR CORES AND HEATER CORES UP PROMOTING OVERHEATING.HEADGASKET LEAKS HAS TO BE FIX.IT GOING TO COST SOME MONEY.

Jun 02, 2010 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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The engine misses on 3 and 4 and compression leaking into radiat


If you do in fact have compression (air) blowing in to the cooling systems this would show either a blown head gasket, warped head or cracked head. Please od not run the Rodeo until repaired as if coolant is getting in to the cylinder or oil (Your oil will look like chocolate shake) it can do severe damage. What motor please 3.0 V6?
THanks,
Tom

Nov 08, 2009 | 1993 Isuzu Rodeo

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