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who could fix this on the cheap? - July 9, 2009, 08:53 AM

http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/n...258947516.html

Right now as you can see the car engine light is on, also the car has been overheating i was told that when i had all the gaskets replaced the mechanic didnt put the head back on correclty and that is why the car is overheating so all that needs to be done for the car to be up and running withough overheating is the head to be taken off and put back on correctly, the car start up an run just fine until about after 10minutes the car will overheat and run hot, also the car runs at 2000rpms i believe the idle control needs to be reset or replaced
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be cautious, overheating is the fastest way to kill an engine.
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be cautious, overheating is the fastest way to kill an engine.
+1 - and I would be weary of the damage that has already been done


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oneway in a caddie...cuz that wont be a sterotype


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PITA...dont do it


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Throw some D's on it. Fixed.
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July 9, 2009, 09:18 AM

You could part it out. Probably spend bout $1700 to get the head work done, and them hopefully that is all that is wrong with it. Its hard to put the Head back on wrong... Unless it is warped, even then a machine shop would take a few weeks to get it back to you.

You could buy it, and donate it. The Tax Right off would be the best value for this ride....


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Thats me, Oneway and Ceaton last summer. Pbrownw's in the back seat you just can't see him.
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Leave it alone, there's really no way to put a head on wrong. The right way to fix it is to have the head milled and the block decked. Not cheap.


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Right now as you can see the car engine light is on, also the car has been overheating i was told that when i had all the gaskets replaced the mechanic didnt put the head back on correclty and that is why the car is overheating so all that needs to be done for the car to be up and running withough overheating is the head to be taken off and put back on correctly, the car start up an run just fine until about after 10minutes the car will overheat and run hot, also the car runs at 2000rpms i believe the idle control needs to be reset or replaced
94 Crap-a-lac = fail (unless you are getting a merlot brougham)
Check engine light = fail inspection = $$$
Weaksauce excuse = fail (if the head was loose, you'd be leaking something somewhere = $$$)


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