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Options To Consider About Auto Repair It could be a very stressful situation when worrying as to what company to select


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FAQ's Auto Repair

Head Gasket For A Toyota Camry?
I Have A '92 Toyota Camry That Needs A New Head Gasket. How Much Would The Head Gasket Cost, And How Much Would Installation Cost? Just Wanna Know So I Wont Get Overcharged. My Friend Told Me That Installation Would Be More Than A Grand. Is That Right? He Said Its Cuz Its Really Difficult To Get To The Gasket.

The gasket itself is really cheap compared to the install cost, probably around 50-100 bucks
I wouldnt pay ANY MORE than 1000 bucks for the install. Shop and/or call around to find a better price. I got my head gasket replaced for only 600 bucks which i hear was a pretty good price. If you know someone that is really good with cars or even a mechanic willing to do it off the clock you could probably get it done for even less.

Tried Patching A Hole In The Filler Neck On The Radiator. Plus Fluid Shoots Out Of Cap .?
I Have A 1995 Toyota Camry. First I Thought It Was The Head Gasket. But There Has Not Been Any Symptoms Of A Bad Head Gasket. Because Of The Problems With The Kneck, And Cap, Would That Cause The Overheating? Therefore Causing An Air Leak In The System? Thanks For The Help Anyone Can Give Me. Ray H.

Any part that allows you to lose fluid can cause overheating.Change your thermostat and cap, and patch or replace the filler neck.
If that doesn't work, have a compression test and/or radiator pressure test run.

1996 Toyota Camry Keeps Overheating Very Badly?
I Have A 1996 Toyota Camry And It Started Overheating One Day...Well My Dad Thought It Might Be The Water Pump So I Bought A Water Pump And When My Dad Went To Put It On He Discovered This Wasn'T The Problem. Well It Didn'T Overheat For A While And Then It Started Again....And It Just Did It On Occasion, But Now It'S Getting Worse. I Can'T Even Drive For 45 Minutes Without My Car Overheating And Me Having To Put More Antifreeze Or Water In The Radiator. It Also Has Trouble Starting From Time To Time....It'Ll Drive Fine And Then When I Go To Start It Again It Won'T Start For Like Ten Minutes. I'M Going To Eventually Take It To A Mechanic, But That Takes Money Which I Don'T Have A Lot Of...Just Wanted To Get Some Opinions On Here First.

put some peppermint oil in the radiator a little bit. drive it for 30 minutes if you smell the peppermint coming out of the exhaust you have a blown head gasket leaking into your valves. it is being cooked and exits thru your exhaust. if you oil looks like chocolate milk then its going into your crankcase.you could try putting black pepper in your radiator. if that does not work with the engine cold,crack an egg into your radiator and run for 30 minutes. i know this sounds crazy but i have used pepper to plug a leak in my radiator and it held for over 3 years until i sold the car and the kid who bought had it 2 years. the egg trick is for a cracked block but it might work. you also for under 10 bucks and 2 bolts should change the thermostat, which i normally do when i change the waterpump.

1995 Ford Contour Won'T Start?
Okay, I Have A 95 Ford Contour I Have Been Working On For A Week Now. This Is The Second Head Gasket I Have Done. The First One Was Done About 11 Months Ago. Had The Head Planed, New Head Gasket Set Put In, And The Car Ran Great For About 4 Months, Then The Head Gasket Went Out Again. Cylinders 3 And 4 Filled Up With Water, So I Removed The Head, Cleaned The Surfaces Again, And Reinstalled A New Gasket With Some Copper Spray (To Help Seal) And Now It Won'T Start. It Turns Over Fine. Seems Almost Like It'S Overloading With Fuel. I Have Checked The Fuel Pressure Which Is Fine, It Has Good Spark, Plugs Are Wet With Fuel, Compression Is Low But I Can Only Test With A Cold Engine. Compression Was Between 65 And 80 Psi (Which I Imagine Will Go Up With A Warm Motor) And Timing Is Dead On. Timing Was Done With The Cam Alignment Bar And The Second Timing Mark On The Damper. (Where It Was Aligned Last Time Too.) I Also Checked The Codes From The Computer, The Only Codes It Threw Were &Quot;Egr Voltage Lower Than Expected&Quot; ( Which Is Because It Is Cold I Bet) And &Quot;Secondary Fuel Pump Circuit Failure&Quot; (Which May Be Because It Won'T Start.) I Then Loosened The Exhaust Flange Thinking Maybe It Was A Clogged Catalytic Converter, But To No Avail. The 1/4 Tank Of Gas Smelled Pretty Bad, So I Added Another 1/4 Of Good Gas To Hopefully Help It Start, But Nothing! Any Help On This Would Be Greatly Appreciated.

The compression of 65 to 80 is very low indeed, and I suspect you might already have a warped head and blown gasket between cylinders, not to the water jacket.
Edit: Regarding your compression check.
They should be done with all plugs removed as you say, but the throttle position really makes no difference.
Now, it still can be a blown gasket and still show compression if the break is between cylinders, where they both contribute to the final reading.
It is also possible, although very rare, that the injectors are not pulsing, but allowing a constant flow of fuel to enter the system, a condition I have only seen twice, which results in flooding.
Also, I have to agree with the answer of 144289 where the valve timing could be off, not the ignitoin but valve timing, as the compression as stated before seems low, very low.
One other possible cause, it he cylinders filled up with water, and you tried to start it, you just may have broken the head of the piston or rings, or bent the valve stems.

What Do You Think It Will Cost To Replace A Head Gasket On A Toyota Camry 1997?
I Haven'T Got An Estimate Yet, But The Car Has 280K Miles On It. The Hour Rate At The Shop Is 100 $ And Hour. It Is A 4 Cylander. Thanks

Well a new gasket set would be appoximately $100-150. Depending on who is doing it it could take anywhere from 2-6 hours. So probably looking at around $350-700.

Auto Mechanics?
Not Saying This Is True About All Mechanics But Some Places I Go To It Seems Like They Mess Up Something On Your Car So You Will Have To Come Back And Get It Fixed. Is This Possible? I Need A Real Honest Mechanic Cause I'M Tired Of These Things Happening.

There are crooks in every line of work but many mechanics try to be fairly honest because bad word of mouth can kill their business, especially if it gets out locally that they're being dishonest.

I say that because the key to finding a good mechanic is also often by asking others. Word of mouth is a good way to find out who's HONEST and who does the best work just as it's a good way to weed out the shady mechanics.

It's also important to keep in mind that cars often DO have more than one problem brewing at a time. Most people treat their cars like disposable appliances - they wait until something breaks before paying any attention to anything instead of doing preventative maintenance to replace things with a known lifespan before that lifespan is exceeded. As a result, you might have more things wrong (or about to go wrong) than just the specific problem you brought the car in to fix. Just because something else might be wrong too (or fails shortly thereafter) doesn't necessarily mean the mechanic is CREATING problems. Some mechanics DO take advantage of customers, but the same could be said about some people in any other line of work too.