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Engine is shaking

My cirrus is blowing air into coolant resivor and is shaking.

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Hi, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but from the sounds of it you have a blown head gasket. This is why you're blowing air into the coolant reseviour and the shaking is a dead miss created by the bad head gasket.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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SOURCE: engine is over heating and blowing air into coolant resivor and boiling coolant

1. Do you have a cooling fan system for your car, if you have , please check it, sometimes due to the wire overheated short problem and fan doesn’t work and cause the engine over heat.

2. If the head gasket leaking, you can check you oil steak see if there is white steam oil bubbling ,if the oil has steam and the radiator has oil mixed with coolant , that means the head gasket leaking.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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