to much heat
You may not see anything on the gasket. Usually a head gasket "blows" because of overheating that causes the head to warp. A gasket can be bad but there should be a visable break very often in the ring around the cylinder.
No. You can warp the heads making your repair costs triple. You can not only warp the heads you can totally destroy the engine. Coolant mixes with the oil when a head gasket is blown. This causes serious engine wear in a short period of time. Never run an engine with a blown head gasket.
Failure of the cooling system is the primary cause of overheating and leads to gasket failure, and as a result causes severe overheating, which will then warp the cylinder head and possibly the engine block
Thermostat probably needs replacing They can stick not allowing enough water to flow around the engine block If the engine overheats it can warp the head or blow the head gasket
If not repaired at once you will get water in the oilpan. It can warp the engine head.
Most likely your head gasket failed and left for too long which caused the heads to warp and need to be resurfaced to put on a new gasket.
5900 to include changing the head due to warp. Without the head take 1600 off
it takes about 2 to 3 hrs,but have your head remilled or else head will warp or leak
The head-gasket is cracked. Head-gasket failures are commonly due to overheating. When BMW I6 engines overheat, the head can warp easily. If the head-gasket is repaired, make sure that the head is inspected for cracks and that is is planed before re-installation.
A faulty gasket, overheating of the engine or old age. Or, a combination of any of these causes.
hi if you replace the head gasket you will need to have the head repaired and machined as the head alloy eat's out which causes the gasket to fail
depending on how much it overheats.... you can blow a head gasket...warp your heads ... crack your radiator..