Combined with the E250's advanced technology, the three-layer gasket reduces fuel consumption and exhaust gas emissions - and costs less than conventional head gaskets.
What does HG stand for?
HG stands for Head Gasket (motor)
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A head gasket failure, one of the most common causes of breakdowns, costs on average pounds 390 to repair, while an alternator failure typically costs pounds 285 to fix.
This is caused when water mixes with oil in the engine signalling imminent head gasket failure.
Head gasket Open the bonnet and look at the front of the engine.
Check 2: Head gasket Open the oil filler cap on the engine and check to see if there are any white creamy substances on the inside of the cap.
Managing director Ian Marshall said the company was to move its head gasket production from Teesside to Germany, with the equipment going to other parts of the group outside Europe.
Before you order a new block, have your support; remove the head nuts, washers, head gasket, and head to take out the vane.
About a month later, the head gasket, a crucial engine part that seals in fluids, burst, making the car undrivable.