Question about Suzuki Esteem
You suspect the head gasket is blown? Was the car overheating? Blowing steam out the rear? Did you get the compression checked? It would have told you what it was and which cylinder it was. The cam/s has to come off to get the head/s off. There are a couple of bolts under the cams. I would put he bolts back in that you got off, put on a comp tester, and spin the engine over, don't let it start, then determine what has to be done. But the head gasket is one thing, the head could need to be surfaced, and the bolts need to be replaced. There are videos on youtube about engine repair, maybe not your car but close. Check it out, Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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