How Do You Repair A Cracked Cylinder Head?
Have a cracked engine head? Are you billowing white smoke? Does your oil dipstick look milky? Is there oil in your Anti-Freeze? If you answered yes to any of these, you may have a cracked head. Step 1 First, you must determine if your engine’s cylinder head is actually cracked. The easiest way is to check your oil. If it has a milky quality, you have a cracked head. When the head (or head gasket) the oil and the Anti-Freeze will mix. Your dipstick may not be milky if your head is bad, but it usually is. Another good indicator is an excess of white smoke coming from the exhaust. Step 2 If you’ve determined that your head is cracked, then you are truly in a world of automotive trouble. Unless you owe a tremendous amount of money on the vehicle or a lot invested, I suggest that you simply cut your losses and buy a new one. If you insist on fixing the vehicle, get ready for large mechanic bills or a LOT of frustrating work. Have the make and model of your vehicle ready. You will need this