So you’ve had the misfortune of getting a blown head gasket on your car or truck. Once you have properly diagnosed the problem, either through a trusted mechanic, seeing an external leak or testing for an internal leak, either chemically or through a pressure test, your next step is to find the most cost effective and permanent way to fix your blown head gasket.
Fixing a blown head gasket on your vehicle can be as easy as going down to your local auto parts store, purchasing a bottle of BlueDevil Pour-N-Go Head Gasket Sealer, and following the directions on the bottle. BlueDevil Pour-N-Go is an easy to use, do-it-yourself head gasket repair product. With the vehicle cold, remove the radiator cap and start the engine. While the vehicle is running with the heat on High, take 1 full minute to pour the entire bottle of BlueDevil Pour-N-Go into your radiator and then replace the radiator cap. Let the vehicle idle for 50 minutes while watching the temperature gauge to make sure it stays in the normal range. After 50 minutes, top off the cooling system with the appropriate mixture of anti-freeze and water. BlueDevil Pour-N-Go is specifically designed to stay in your cooling system as an inert liquid until it reaches the leak point. The temperature differential at the leak will cause BlueDevil Pour-N-Go to form a chemical weld that will form a permanent seal. BlueDevil Pour-N-Go is guaranteed to seal your head gasket leak.
If you’re skeptical, read some of our product reviews from real customers who have had success with our products! If it sounds a lot easier than you thought it would be, head to your local auto parts store and pick up a bottle of Pour-N-Go to see for yourself. Once you’ve fixed your head gasket leak, say thanks by leaving us a product review!
If you were take the alternative route and actually replace your head gasket you have two options. You can always have a mechanic replace the head gasket, but since it is a complicated job with a lot of labor involved, you will likely end up having to pay a significant repair bill. Due to the nature of the job, a skilled experienced mechanic will likely charge a high hourly rate. The other option is to try and do the job yourself.
Before you start tearing into the engine of your vehicle, consider the costs and benefits of your decision. Likely replacing your own head gasket will be a long job, as in hours, days, or maybe even weeks if you have to wait for parts or tools to be ordered. Also, consider the cost of buying the specialty tools for the job. Overhead cam engines will require removing the timing belt or timing chain, which often can require removing the crank shaft pulley. This may take an extremely powerful impact wrench, a long breaker bar or even a large chain wrench. Depending on how old your vehicle is, you may also need a timing light to re-time the engine upon reassembly and you will definitely need a good torque wrench and maybe some specialty bits and extensions. Now, every mechanic loves buying more tools, but in this case it probably isn’t a good use of your money. Lastly, replacing a head gasket requires an intimate knowledge of how an internal combustion engine works, specifically the model you’re working on, to make sure you do not damage or destroy anything. A few things out of place when putting it back together can leave you with a blown motor.
As you can see, the most cost effective and best use of your time would be to pick up BlueDevil Pour-N-Go Head Gasket Sealer, the best head gasket sealer on the market, from your local auto parts store and repair your leak guaranteed.
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