anyone ever heard of a head gasket leaking and the compression blowing threw from one cylynder to another creating a grove between the two?
just blew a head gasket over easter weekend. it blew between #4 and #6 cylinder, burnt the head (aluminum) had it welded and looks good, call bob mckray in mission viejo (949) 458-7087no not at all the only reason i notised it at all was cause i finally lost a spark plug? is it fixable? weldable?
Not sure (maybe our resident fuel expert will chime in), but I've always heard that rather than the fresh gas helping out the stale, it's the other way around. The stale gas in the tanks turns the good gas to crap and you end up with twice as much crap gas.My deal was caused by bad gas that sat in the tanks for over a year outside. I was going to drain them but just added some 110 and thought it would be OK, expensive mistake!!!