If not the head gasket Then what is it..???

Asked by Mar 16, 2017 at 02:42 AM about the 1998 Buick Century Custom

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently replaced the head gaskets because I was
told that was my issue but after returning from the
mechanics the car started spewing antifreeze from
the same exact location as before the head gasket
replacement. I was able to drive about 100 mi after
repairs but after that bam! Same issue! Please help
as I'm already out a great deal of cash for
meaningless repairs. What do you think the issue
could be ? Thanks for any help

3 Answers

18,635

I'd go straight back to them that did the repairs.

27,135

sounds like the heads still warped.or the intake manifold......take it back and tell them to fix it...

73,795

Sounds like they didn't check the head for cracks, or resurface it.

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