Published on Feb 13, 2013
Do it yourself head gasket fix with a bottle of Bar's Leaks Professional Carbon Fiber Block Seal Head Gasket & Cooling Sealant. This stuff worked for me and it saved me lots of money! My car had a bad overheating problem when driving uphill and on freeways. I've come to conclude that it's a leaky head gasket that's leaking exhaust gas into the radiator causing the overheat. I didn't want to go to a repair shop because I know it's going to cost thousands to fix. I found this bottle of Bar's Leaks Head Gasket & Cooling Sealant at my local auto parts store and decided to give it a try. Followed the instructions on the bottle and now I'm very pleased that the product actually worked. My car does not overheat anymore!
1) Install only in a cold engine. Shake well.
Pour Bar's Leaks HEAD GASKET &
COOLING SEALANT directly into radiator
per the dosage chart. Fill radiator and
overflow tank to proper level and reinstall
TIP: If direct access to radiator is not
available and if overflow tank is pressurized,
you can install in tank.
2) Turn heater on hot and fan on high. Run
engine until thermostat opens or normal
operating temperature is reached. Turn
vehicle off and allow engine to cool.
3) Top off radiator and run engine at high idle
(approximately 1200 RPM's for vehicles with
a tachometer) for 15 minutes. Turn vehicle
off and allow engine to cool.
4) Top off radiator and leave Bar's Leaks HEAD
GASKET & COOLING SEALANT in system
for continued protection. Drive vehicle as
Bar's Leaks Professional Carbon Fiber Block Seal Head Gasket & Cooling Sealant is the strongest antifreeze compatible repair on the market. A key benefit of this product is the material stays in the cooling system to seal up any future minor cooling system leaks the vehicle might have.
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