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Hi I have a 99 Mercury Cougar, and it has been giving me issues with overheating. It seems to have a radiator leak and what I would assume is a leak in the head gaskets. I was advised to replace every little thing but unfortunately I’m brief on cash. It has a 2.5L V-6 engine and I was wondering what should I use on it and how lengthy such a product would last and if there's anything particular that may require me to remove any components of such. Unfortunately, the merchandise that we manufacture for head gasket leaks won't work when oil is being introduced into the cooling system.
Just at present on my method to work, the temp gauge began to go up and I pulled over and shut my automobile off. It would not start so I let it calm down for a number of hours. I had simply topped off my coolant a few week in the past. After I let it settle down, I checked the coolant degree in the resivior however I did should add some coolant to the radiator to prime it off.
I even have a 2002 Honda Civic that has been overheating. I had the coolant system checked for leaks and it’s not leaking.
Unfortunately, we don't manufacture a product for when you're leaking oil into the radiator. Feel free to contact our technical help line at with any other questions.
Dealer tells me that they did pressure check and coolant is leaking into the cylinders. They didn't say it was a blown head gasket however, instead they're telling me the top should have obtained to hot and warped thus breaking the seal. water/coolant stepping into the oil and white smoke coming from the exhaust pipe are tell-story indicators of a blown head gasket.
I never see coolant leaking on the ground under my car, never see white smoke popping out of the exhaust, nor is the oil a milky colour. Could I nonetheless have a blown head gasket as a result of it's going to nonetheless overheat? It’s been nearly a month because it last overheated and I strive not to drive lengthy distances or for lengthy periods of time. The oil is often described as trying like espresso with creamer if the coolant has leaked into it. Even though you may not have water in your oil it does sound like you might be experiencing a head gasket leak due to the fact that you've steam & water coming from your exhaust.
We suggest using the BlueDevil Pour-N-Go Head Gasket Sealer. White smoke coming from the exhaust pipe is a inform-tale sign of a blown head gasket. Based in your description, you might also be getting oil into the cooling system. The BlueDevil Head Gasket Sealer is just supposed for coolant leaks.