Question about 1998 Chevrolet C1500
You might not notice a change in performance for a while, but the head gasket is blown and the water seeps down there at night or when it is cool. It won't do it when it is running because it gets burnt. Check your exhaust for steam, and get a compression check done, it will tell which cylinder is blown. I just had a car blow on me, ran fine for many miles, would eat coolant though. I never let it overheat, but then one day, kaboom, all done, wouldn't run again. The hole in the gasket was smaller than these letters I'm typing, and the one cylinder that blew was squeaky clean, from the steam. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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