Having problems with your 1986 Ford Bronco II ?

Blowing anitfreeze out the tailpipe. I know this means a head gasket. When the engine runs, it blows antifreeze out the passenger side of the engine at the exhaust manifold by the middle cylinder. Does this mean the head itself is cracked?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-11-2018

Answers :

Could be just head gasket and bad exhaust manifold gasket (coolant leaks past head gasket into exhaust port then leaks out of exhaust manifold gasket)
or it possible that head is cracked too
Only way to know for sure is to remove head and inspect it
I think the bad head gasket makes the antifreeze comes out from the tailpipe and from the Exhaust Manifold too. So take the head off and replace the head gasket and also do a good check on the head for any cracks in case you were right about the cracked head. Good luck bro
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