Bluedevil head gasket sealant

Asked by Feb 12, 2016 at 05:15 AM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Has anybody used bluedevil head gasket
sealant and if so does it work?

7 Answers

69,895

It may work depending how bad the head gasket is, eventually you will have to do the repair.

22,015

Just bite the bullet and do the head gasket- don't be pourin' strange jizz down in your engine-

69,895

hea,hea, hea,

Thanks for the advice. I don't know if it's a blown gasket or not. I checked the engine oil and it's fine, there's no smoke coming out the pipe but the car doesn't maintain coolant. I unfortunately can't afford to get a diagnostic.

46,425

Sometimes a bad head gasket will have no symptoms other than the coolant disappearing. Pressure testing the cooling system may find the problem. Are you sure there are no coolant leaks?

I just know 2 weeks ago the car started going passed 200 and the heat wasn't working. I put coolant in the car the 1st and everything was fine and heat was working. The next day the low coolant light was back on. I put coolant in the car again a few days later because the car overheated twice and the low coolant kept coming on and off but I never saw coolant on the ground.

61,045

Alumaseal is safe and effective.

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