Keyes Audi

Keyes Audi

5239 Van Nuys Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 91401 Call Us: 818-922-0500

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03-21-17

Signs You May Have a Blown Head Gasket

Even if you’re a do-it-yourself-er, it’s likely that you’ll need the help of a professional to make certain repairs from time to time. One repair that requires a lot of tools and significant experience to execute properly is fixing a blown head gasket.

A blown head gasket is often caused by one of two things, a leaking cooling system or the failure of an owner to follow their vehicle’s recommended service schedule. Regardless of the cause, a blown head gasket often displays some recognizable symptoms, including:

  • Your Engine Overheats: An engine that overheats can be a sign that you’ve blown a head gasket, but it’s also a symptom of other possible problems. If your car is overheating, bring it into our Audi service center so we can properly diagnose the cause.
  • Your Coolant Levels Drop: If you have to add coolant to your radiator or your car’s coolant reservoir regularly, it may be an indication that you have a blown head gasket.
  • Your Engine Misfires: If one of your engine’s cylinders misfires, it may be because a blown head gasket is allowing coolant to leak into the cylinder and the coolant is preventing the cylinder from firing. This sign is normally accompanied by others that suggest you’ve blown a gasket.
  • Your Exhaust Smokes Excessively: This symptom typically occurs as a coolant leak caused by a blown gasket gets worse over time. As the leak worsens, more and more coolant drips into your engine’s cylinders and gets burned up during the combustion process. This creates steam which resembles smoke coming out of your exhaust.

Fixing a blown head gasket is a time consuming, labor-intensive process that requires a lot of experience to pull off properly. If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms that indicate you have a blown head gasket, make an appointment with our Los Angeles, CA Audi service center and let our automotive experts fix it for you. Contact Keyes Audi to make a service appointment now!

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06-20-15

Keyes Audi Celebrates Magna Society Recognition

This award was bestowed upon the top 91 Audi Dealerships in the nation who excelled in customer service and performance!

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06-20-15

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03-28-15

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