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Answer: A is correct. A  severely overheated engine usually results in warped heads and blown head gaskets.





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4. An engine has been overheated until it quit running. What is the most likely result?

a. Warped heads
b. Oil coking
c. Damaged main bearings
d. Burned valves

a. Correct, a severely overheated engine usually results in warped heads and blown head gaskets
b. Incorrect, although the oil may become hotter than normal but not hot enough to cause coking
c. Overheating will not damage bearings
d. The engine will usually stop running before valves become hot enough to burn.


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