Question about 2005 Nissan Sentra
If you have a blown head gasket, surely you will overheat because some hot combustion gases are entering your cooling system. No way you can remedy it by bleeding the system. Bleeding the system is just removing the trapped air in it. Running the engine with out the radiator cap will do the trick.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
if you get a haynes repair manual and follow it step by step everything should go fine. or clintons. if you have questions about what its telling you to do then that would be a good thing to ask. the problem is there are alot of different designs for engines and it could be affected and it could not be. but if your not sure you definitly need a repair manual. it would tell you everything but it will guide you in the right direction
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: paid $500 to replace fuel sender unit...made car worse....then they replaced fuel pressure system...made car even worse...now they say my head gasket is blown and wanting me to pay $950...can their mi
no their mistakes could not have led to the issue. just their bad diagnostics missed it to begin with. the dealers do not always have the most competent shop. i would usually tell people to stay away from them and use the other shops around. you are not the first that i have heard with problems they cannot diagnose. go get a second opinion from another certified shop.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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