So a lot of people have been asking whether the Check Engine Light does come on if you have a blown head gasket but does it?
The Check Engine Light might be one of the worst nightmares for a lot of people since it does not inform the things that could be going inside your engine. Much like a baby crying and you don’t even know what the problem is.
This is also the reason why you should pay attention to your car, both to prevent that Check Engine Light from coming on, or from your Head Gasket from Blowing off since the Average Cost Price for Repairing a Blown Head Gasket might be just too much for some of you.
But do remember though that even if the Check Engine Light does not come on if you have a Blown Head Gasket, you can still be able to see the telltale signs that you car would be having a blown head gasket soon and you should not and never ignore it if you want to prevent further damage on your car engine.
The symptoms of an impending / already Blown Headgasket are as follows:
- Frequent and Quick Overheating
- Thick White smoke coming out of the tail pipe
- Oil deposits in your car radiator
- Water in your Engine Oil Compartment
- Bubbles coming out of your Car Radiator even after burping the cooling system while the engine is running
So either your best bet it to locate this signs and symptoms, the more the symptoms you see the higher the chance that you might have a blown head gasket or use the Combustion Leak Testing Kit to stop yourself from guessing if your head gasket is blown or its just a simple problem in your engine that needs to be addressed to.
Now you know.
Next time don’t rely on your Check Engine Light as its not really the most effective and surefire way of knowing if you have a Blown Head Gasket.
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