General Question

pixievondust's avatar

How do you fix a head gasket I'm a car?

Asked by pixievondust (8points) March 21st, 2008
23 responses
“Great Question” (2points)
Observing members: 0
Composing members: 0


oneye1's avatar

your a car

65Stang's avatar

I don’t think a car can fix it (you) LOL. It is to the driver. ???

pixievondust's avatar

I meant how do you fix a head gasket in a car!

oneye1's avatar

I thought you were the new iCar me I take it to the shop that’s a big job

needleinthehay's avatar

vroom vroom!

Richielt1's avatar

Im not sure how fix a human head gasket but being a mechainc I can fix them on cars. If you have little or no auto experence then the easiest way to do it is to take it to a mechanic because that’s a time consuming and labor intensive job

needleinthehay's avatar

btw is your name KITT?

flip193's avatar

Thats so cool i always wanted to be a car. My brother is a car but not me I’m a motercycle!

blunckhouse's avatar

Since you’re a car, I’ll put this in terms you’ll understand:


65Stang's avatar

P.s. It’s motOrcycle!

flip193's avatar

do I still get a great answer

kevbo's avatar

Oneye, you are the last person on earth who should be making fun of other’s typos. Even your retorts to this question have grammatical errors & typos.

Pixie- I don’t have a good answer except to say I took mine to the shop, and it ended up costing more because one of the engine bolts cracked as they predicted it might.

bulbatron9's avatar

I didn’t think all of you little kids would be up this early!

65Stang's avatar

huh-? Its 10:36 eastern right now.

Cardinal's avatar

I would be pretty careful of the ‘Fix-a-Head-Gasket-With-Engine-Block-Sealer’ fix. That may work on a low compression engine, such as a lawnmower or an old 6 cylinder Ford or Chevy. Most of the modern engines are was too high compression for anything except a real head gasket job and it will be expensive.

@65 stang: Why aren’t you at work/school? Also I have a 84 GT 350

65Stang's avatar

well, I graduated hs in 05, I don’t have a job right now, but I am trying to get into the army national guard. What about you?

bulbatron9's avatar

What do you mean by “trying” to get in the national guard? Do you mean trying as in “I might go sign up after I pack another bong”? I’m pretty sure you just need to go sign up, and take a physical.

65Stang's avatar

I meant that I’m already talking to a recruiter, we’re waiting on what kind of waiver he needs. After that I go to meps. He needs a waiver because I’m prior service in the Air Force( I didn’t make it through boot camp). I went to the regular army, redid the physical, and the doctor stopped me, saying he needed proof of what happened, had me talk to a psychyatrist( or however you spell it). About a week later they said I was rejected. (did you catch all that(whew!))

65Stang's avatar

psychiatrist. (I’m on the touch, I can’t edit it.

bulbatron9's avatar

Best of luck Stang! Why didn’t you finish boot camp with the Air Force? If I would have joined any branch, I would’ve went Air Force. I considered it for a short while, after I graduated, but now I’m glad I didn’t.

cwilbur's avatar

You take the engine apart, remove the old head gasket, put in the new one, and put the engine back together. This is not a trivial job.

65Stang's avatar

I kept getting recycled, failure to adapt, and got an entry level separation.

Answer this question




to answer.

Mobile | Desktop

Send Feedback