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We head gasket change and fix but now there noise from engine it sounfddissel engine

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When you blow a head gasket, the engine usually overheats & warps the head and sometimes can damage the valves. Did the mechanic check this? If there is damage to the valve-train, it can be noisy.

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2008 chevy HHR 2.2 these are the results of my compression test 97/01/00/120 dry and 120/35/00/120 wet i am not a professional can some one help?

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Hi my name is vin i have a mitsubishi 3000gt the engine was rebuilded on 2005 and now the oil pump was changed my car right now has a white smoke i want to know if my car has an engine problem it doesnt...

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10\40 oil ,before changing oil put an engine flush in the engine,then change oil and filter.the noise sounds like noisy tappets,the oil leak unlikely to be head gasket unless u are losing water

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Rattling noise from my clio engine?

Was the car using much coolant before you forgot to replace the coolant bottle cap?

The clinking noise you describe - that may be 'pinking'.. a noise caused by an incorrect air/fuel mix .. and also a symptom of a blown head gasket. Another symptom of a blown head gasket is white smoke (steam...) from the exhaust.

First, check your engine oil on the dipstick. If the oil is a creamy grey colour this indicates a blown head gasket. The creamy grey colour is caused by coolant finding its way into the oil system.

Fill up your coolant bottle with coolant. Leave the cap off, and start the engine and let it tick over for 10 minutes. As the engine warms up air will escape from the coolant level - keep topping up as necessary.

Keep your eye open for extreme bubbling in the coolant bottle - violent bubbling in the coolant bottle is caused by exhaust gases finding their way into the cooling system via a defective head gasket.

If there's no violent bubbling, replace the coolant bottle cap when the engine has ticked over for a few minutes..

... and then begin to look for leaks as the engine ticks over. Look under the car to see if there's any falling fluid. Check around the radiator and the hoses. Check that the coolant bottle itself isn't leaking.

You say your car isn't overheating - that's a positive. One symptom of a blown head gasket is overheating.

However, your coolant is going somewhere and you should try and find out where ... If it isn't a leak from somewhere, it may well be the head gasket.

Prices? To have a cylinder head gasket fixed costs around £500 - £1000 British pounds. A coolant bottle costs around £30 (look on Ebay)

If the head gasket is leaking/defective you can try a modern sealant/repair, which I am told are now quite good. Have a look on Ebay:

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Clicking noise

No, this is not normal.
It does happen though but at 50,000 miles is really ridiculous.

If you had a leaking head gasket, then the noise was during the engine being on (running).
It could also have caused the pistons to "lock" when you tried to start the engine (water in combustion chamber, not compressible).

Did they change the head gasket and check the limits on the head (warping) or pour some gimmick in your coolant reservoir?

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