How To Check If Your Engine’s Head Gasket Is Blown & What That Means For Your Car – SlashGear

Inside an internal combustion engine is an intricate web of small tunnels or passageways that enable oil or coolant to flow, which helps keep everything lubricated and operating at the proper temperature. The head gasket manages the oil and coolant flow by sealing the engine block and cylinder head, ensuring that both fluids are not entering or dripping into the combustion chamber as the engine does its thing. However, the head gasket won’t last forever. Head gasket leaks are

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