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Old 09-02-2003, 06:00   #1 (permalink)
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Slight head gasget problem.

Hey all my head gasget is stuffed! It seems only a minor blow tho. Im loosing bout half an overflow tank every 10000 kms i think, maybe even less. Is there anything i can do other than changing it?

Its an I6 EL futura.

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Re: Slight head gasget problem.

Sure its a headgasket?
A while back mine was losing coolant very slowly also, thought at first it was the head, but had a good look around and noticed it leaking from the water pump. Was only dripping like once a minute.
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Re: Slight head gasget problem.

yeah there is white stuff on the side of block etc.

mechanic even told me.
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Re: Slight head gasget problem.

You need the donuts DIY headgasket guide

arg, Head Gasket. Help.
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Re: Slight head gasget problem.

If it's that little, personally I'd leave it until it started to get worse, and then do it.
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