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Asked by Apr 06, 2019 at 05:18 AM about the 2003 INFINITI G35

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My radiator cap was off my vehicle without me
knowing and I drove it and ran it hot I replaced the
radiator cap and ended up having to replace the
thermostat and Gasket as well I know that the
head gasket is blown so I put this blue stuff in
there as a temporary fix but I drove it and when it
ran hot I pulled over on the side of the road and
then when I did that it wouldn't crank anymore so I
did a reset of the security and it cranked but now it
will not go faster than two miles an hour can
someone please tell me what may be wrong

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If you have a blown head gasket you should not be driving it. This gasket keeps coolant from getting in the oil and the cylinders. Continuing to try and drive it will only further damage the engine (that is if the engine isn't already damaged). Or keep trying to drive it and just plan on replacing the entire engine.

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