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Answer: B is correct. Coolant is quite often leaked into the combustion chamber where it is burned and goes out the exhaust. On severely blown head gaskets, this is easily confirmed by thick white smoke from the exhaust.

 

 


 




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3. A leaking head gasket will result in which of the following symptoms?

a. A severe loss of power
b. A loss of coolant with no visible indications
c. Engine run on after the ignition is switched off
d. Lower than normal coolant temperatures


a. Incorrect, although a slight loss of power may be observed, it is unlikely to even be noticed by the customer
b. Correct, coolant is quite often leaked into the combustion chamber where it is burned and goes out the exhaust. On severely blown head gaskets, this is easily confirmed by thick white smoke from the exhaust
c. Incorrect, leaking head gaskets will not cause engine run on
d. Incorrect, a loss of coolant will eventually cause higher than normal coolant temperatures
 

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