Question about 1994 Honda Civic
Posted by Anonymous on
If you have oil and water mixed you have blown your head gasket and the damage is done. no sealant will help at this point. the engine has water in it and it will seize water in a engine is NOT GOOD.
you will have to get a local shop to replace the intake manifold and head gaskets. no doubt there.. find a reliable shop and cheap is not the way to go with this repair reputation and put in it their hands to put it back together right
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