I have a 2000 Lincoln LS v8 I placed Blue Devil head gasket seal in it and my car will turn over but it no longer Cranks what could the problem be?

Asked by Oct 02, 2014 at 04:23 AM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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In order to answer your question, what caused the head gasket to blow in the first place? Yes it got over heated but why? Who did the job? Did you Charge the oil? Have you checked for spark? How about the fuel pressure? It's things like that that will help us to get the answer to you.

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"BlueDevil Head Gasket Sealer can be used to permanently seal blown, cracked, or leaking head gaskets, heater cores and freeze plugs." End Quote--From the manufacturer. Sorry, IMO simply don't believe that. I sincerely wish the best for you Alexcia, but that statement is just too good to be true. Think: if it seals a blown head gasket what else is it going to plug up? But if you please respond to BoholMark,-- those are important questions-- we can help more. But in my humble opinion there is no miraculous 'fix it in a can' for a head gasket. Alexcia you did put it in the radiator, not in the crankcase... right? Also Alexcia your question simply states you put that stuff in..why? Did you have reason to believe the head gasket is blown?

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