Head gasket – manifold leaks, are both bad and can, destroy your engine.

And, because, they seal more than one thing, they need to work flawlessly. So, depending on the application, they need to seal, compression, engine coolant, air and even vacuum. Consequently, that means, you can have, more than one type of failure, in the same gasket.

Leaking Head Gasket Symptoms – The 5 Most Common Symptoms

Head Gasket Leak – Engine Overheating, The First Sign Of Trouble

GM 6.6L Duramax Diesel – Choosing The Correct Head Gasket

Blown Head Gasket – The Symptoms, Can Be Quite Misleading

Head Bolts – Never Reuse Torque To Yield (TTY) Head Bolts

Cylinder Head Resurfacing – Getting The Correct Surface Finish

Compression Leak Between Cylinders – No Coolant Or Oil Leaks

Exhaust Manifold Leaks – Causes, Failure Signs, Potential Damage

GM 3100 – 3400 Engine Issues – Heads, Manifolds, Rocker Bolts

Intake Manifold Leaks – Causes, Symptoms, Testing and Prevention

White Stuff, Under My Oil Filler Cap – What Is It ? Is It Bad ?

Engine Misfire – Rough Engine Idle On GM 4.8L, 5.3L, 6.0L Engines

Broken Bolt – Stud Removing – Can Be A Frustrating Time Waster

Abnormal Exhaust Noise, Common On 02-05 Ford 6.0L Diesels

Hydrolocked Engine – What Does It Mean – Possible Damage