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I have a 91 pickup with a rebuilt 22r motor put in a year ago and now it needs a head gasket. Is this a yearly thing why would it keep blowing head gaskets and how do I stop it

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Overheating fans may be cutting off or thermostat sticking, or radiator needs replaced.

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  • billpat10 Sep 30, 2010

    radiator is new and fan runs continuesly, thermostat is about 5 months old

  • Tim Whalen Sep 30, 2010

    then the only other thing is maybe the heads weren't trued, i would have them trued when the new head gasket is replaced.

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