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2009 - Chevrolet Equinox V 6 Cyl 3.4L 207 -
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P311-4059C16    W0133-1692884  New

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P311-31FCE46    W0133-1694000  New

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2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 8 Cyl 5.3L Elring

P311-256BE2F    W0133-1976606  New

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P311-58AC9B2    W0133-1833682  New

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2018 - Chevrolet Traverse V 6 Cyl 3.6L 217 3564
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2012 Chevrolet Equinox Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 6 Cyl 3.0L ACDelco

P311-16A6F11    W0133-1919389  New

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2012 - Chevrolet Equinox V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 -
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2012 Chevrolet Equinox Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 6 Cyl 3.0L Victor Reinz

P311-26EC99D    W0133-1919389  New

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  • Firewall Side
Brand: Victor Reinz
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2012 - Chevrolet Equinox V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 -
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2012 Chevrolet Equinox Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 6 Cyl 3.0L ACDelco

P311-56C9513    W0133-1930592  New

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  • GM Original Equipment
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2012 - Chevrolet Equinox V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 -
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P311-598BB3D    W0133-2011023  New

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  • GM Original Equipment
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2018 - Chevrolet Traverse V 6 Cyl 3.6L 217 3564
Elwis
2008 Chevrolet Malibu Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 2.2L Elwis

P311-068F705    W0133-1833743  New

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Elwis Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
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2008 - Chevrolet Malibu L 4 Cyl 2.2L 134 2198
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2004 Chevrolet Cavalier Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Elwis

P311-068F705    W0133-1833743  New

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Elwis Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Eng:L61
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2004 - Chevrolet Cavalier Base GAS
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2018 Chevrolet Sonic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.8L Elring

P311-4EA22F9    W0133-1946016  New

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Brand: Elring
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2018 - Chevrolet Sonic L 4 Cyl 1.8L 110 1796
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2018 Chevrolet Sonic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.8L Mahle

P311-2354E3A    W0133-1946016  New

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2018 - Chevrolet Sonic L 4 Cyl 1.8L 110 1796

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1984 chevrolet s-10 /v6 //blown head gasket?

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Question From stevenkokinis on 1984 chevrolet s-10 /v6 //blown head gasket?

help!

after moving a friend, i noticed the temperature gauge rising unusually fast.
stopped and checked oil, which i had checked before starting, to find a brown frothy liquid.
called my mechanic.
he told me sounds like a blown head gasket
a $1500.00 repair
can i drive it to the mechanic?
he hasn't seen it yet
is it worth fixing?
is $1500 a reasonable price?
any advice would be greatly appreciated

steve
sjkokinis@aol.com

los angeles

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

$1500.00 is at the top end for this repair but not totally out of line.
As for driving it I don’t suggest it; coolant and oil don’t make for a good lubricant. There’s already a chance that the main and rod bearings have been damaged?
The sad part is there’s only two ways of telling if there is damage. One is too throw the dice and do the head gaskets in the hope they survived; the other is to have the mechanic drop the oil pan and inspect the bearings.
With the age of this truck he’s likely going to find wear regardless of the head gasket blowing; which may not have given you any trouble but now that they been disturbed they will want attention. As in replacing, which means pulling the engine to have the crankshaft polished and while you’re there, ect ect ect.
It’s kind of like a snowball rolling down hill; it keeps getting bigger the farther it goes.
Now is it worth it I don’t know, how much do you want this truck?
What I would do if you were my customer is a complete inspection of the vehicle, front suspension, steering, brakes, transmission, then body, frame the whole truck.
After that you can stand back and make an educated choice. Is it worth it or not.
Dan.

White smoke on start up 89 caprice

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Question From jesse1981 on White smoke on start up 89 caprice

Hello everyone, my question is about a 1989 chevrolet caprice classic. It has a 307 V8 166 k miles on it does not leak any oil or smoke from engine compartment at all everything is pretty dry and looks pretty good. The problem im having is when I start it up I get quite a bit of white smoke out the exhaust, it goes down right after start up only to where you can barely notice it but when I hit the gas while it kicks out a little then it goes away goes away I just wanted to know if this sounds like a head gasket job and if anyone would know what head gasket jobs go for on these older chevy's . A friend of mine said its typical start up for these older chevy's Thanks for the help all.

Response From Hammer Time

I suspect it is gray smoke rather than white. That is typical valve seal oil consumption. It's pretty common on the Chevy V8s. A valve job is the only thing that will clear it up and with the high mileage on the lower end, that wouldn't be recommended.

Response From re-tired

HT is correct . Doing the top end (valve job) only will increase compression and suction (vacum).Oil will stop going past the valve stems and start going past the rings . You may be able to decrease the smoke a little by taking off valve covers and cleaning gunk from top of heads and ensuring the oil return passages are clear . You could also replace the valve stem seals only and slow things down a bit .BUT, Doing stem seals while head is still on eng is kinda tricky for diy'er. Screw up and the valve drops into cylinder and head has to come off.. SO just do the cleaning bit and wait till overhaul as recommended by HT.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What's the VIN engine code on this engine?

E = Chev 305

Y = Olds 307

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Not many Olds put in Chevs but they did. I found most common leak but you can see it is the intake manifold on Olds and valve seals on the Chev would be oil puffs common to those.

Is it using antifreeze?

If unsure as to what engine the Olds water pump is unique to Olds and Chev to Chev at a glance.

Both would be called 5.0 liter but Olds engine water pump would look like this....

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Outlet up top goes directly to thermostat housing via very small hose and metal off thermostat housing. Chev block won't have that,

T

Response From re-tired

Right you are are again Tom.The oil fill tube was also a givaway . As a matter of fact there was a class action lawsuit by disgruntaled die hard olds owners that always bragged how much better their ROCKET 88 307 was to a lowly 305 cheby. Of course(most) mechanics knew the game for years .

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Some of us "chronologically challenged" folks remember some of the engines by CID and which division made them at a glance. When I saw 307 the later ones were all Chevrolets. Chevrolet sure did make it's own exact 307 but much earlier than '89. They were putting that Olds 307 in the full size Cadillacs (RWD) too around then!

Tom

Head gasket? '99 chevy

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Question From Wlfwo on Head gasket? '99 chevy

1999
Chevrolet
S10
4 cylinder (not sure actual size)
159,000

I will state with the exception of just the one time it has not overheated, it doesn't seem to get up to heat at all.

First we replaced the top hose that seemed to have a very small leak. It never overheated for this one.

Then we replaced the radiator (which developed a very nice leak) which was the only cause for it overheating.

It went along for a couple of months without issue, then started not warming up again until it wouldn't get much past the bottom line. Took it back to the mechanic and he said water pump, so I had him replace the water pump.

Other than to correct the leak, this did not solve the problem so replaced the thermostat (bought a fail safe one), that worked for about 24 hours and it's not warming up again. I do not seem to be losing any coolant and due to the weather am not sure if the exhaust is white or not. also makes it a bit difficult to do the cardboard at the exhaust test.

My mechanic says it's a blown head gasket, but I am not seeing anything that says blown gasket, I did google head gasket symptoms, it doesn't run rough, it doesn't seem to be leaking, it's not overheating (quite the opposite)

Here is what it is doing, temp is not getting much above the 100 degree line. Heater is not putting out warm air at all. Occasionally it don't want to start the very first time (not sure if that has anything to do with this, but since it does do it I will mention it). I am at my wits, not to mention my wallets end. Any suggestions would be welcome.
Thanks, Nancy

Response From Hammer Time

If your only complaint is no heat, you could have a heater core that is plugged up from grungy Dexcool. Remove both hoses to the core and backflush it with a garden hose under pressure in both directions.

Response From Wlfwo

If your only complaint is no heat, you could have a heater core that is plugged up from grungy Dexcool. Remove both hoses to the core and backflush it with a garden hose under pressure in both directions.

Would this cause the temperature gauge to register nothing?

Response From Double J

I'lll add my 2 cents ...

If it worked after the thermostat was replaced i would
be looking at the thermostat again..
I'll bet if you remove the T-stat you may find that the FAIL SAFE Stat
Is stuck open...these T-stats are terrible for this...
Had a few do this...i don't use them...go get a Regular 'Stant' Brand T-stat
Pep Boys is one of the chains that sells them...stay away from Autozone Fail Safe stats.

Response From Wlfwo

I took it elsewhere for a 2nd opinion and it was indeed the head gasket. I was really hoping not, but there you have it. ~sighs~ Thanks for all the suggestions though.
Nancy

Response From seriousfreedom

not meaning to hijack this thread or anything and i apologize for this in advance but why is it that it seems when the gm motors now days hit 100,000 mile the heads start leaking???

Response From Wlfwo Top Rated Answer

not meaning to hijack this thread or anything and i apologize for this in advance but why is it that it seems when the gm motors now days hit 100,000 mile the heads start leaking???

No clue, but it happened between '95 and '99 cause we have a 95 full size with almost 400,000 miles on him and he is still running strong.

Response From nickwarner

Actually, you are hijacking this thread. That would be a question to pose under general discussions under its own thread. But these engines actually run quite well without major problems past 100,000. The difference is people quit bothering to look under their hoods anymore. People won't check their fluids. If they do look at a gauge its only because 3 lights and a chime told them to shut down the car. Even then they run the thing til it dies. Car manufacturers advertise things as maintenance free and the buyers think this means they never will fail and never have to be looked over. Any moving component car and will fail.

Response From Hammer Time

No, I said if your only complaint was lack of heat. You may have air pockets in the system from either having a leak somewhere or never getting all the air out in the first place.

fule (gas) in the radiator

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Question From Bill Bill on fule (gas) in the radiator

We are working on a 2000 Chevrolet Malibu that overheated and now will not start. The big problem is that you smell a strong presence of gas in the radiator overflow tank. There is no coolant in the oil. The compresion is about 125lb in all cylinders except one that is 100lb. Could the problem be a blown head gasket?? The car has 125000 miles on it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Overheat, low compression with one out of line completely, odor of fuel in cooling system overflow. Pretty damning for head gasket which is sealing everything in every way. They don't have to fail to put coolant in oil. You can probably see vapor bubbles in the recovery tank just cranking this.

Do testing before you jump into this and would bet head gasket, cracks, warpage possible so would have to check all,

T

Response From Bill Bill Top Rated Answer

Thanks
We are going to do some more testing and probably pull the heads.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just some last thoughts before you tear into this........

If really fuel in coolant about all I can think of is a badly leaking injector (probably cyl with lowest compression) AND a substantial gasket leak into cooling system at the same time?! If oil level is oddly too full also this could be trouble on top of trouble.

Careful what you spend until basics test OK on this engine so you don't find out there's a disaster that would make reasonable repairs too much for that one if it gets that far.

Duh - careful if raw fuel around and be ready. Good luck,

T

Response From Bill Bill

We will drain the antifreeze, fill with water , and get it to start before we think about tearing it apart.
Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

There is really no way for that to happen without someone physically pouring it into the coolant.You can get combustion (exhaust) gasses as Tom suggested but that smells nothing like gasoline.

Response From re-tired

If you are correct you have a bomb waitng to happen. Disconnect battery dont allow smoking near car and have it towed to a shop . Let pro's handle this one .