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Bar's Leaks 1100 Head Gasket Repair - 20 oz.


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  • Stops block leaks
  • Seals cracked cylinder heads and blocks
  • Repairs blown head gaskets
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BrandBar's Products
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.2 x 3.2 x 1.7 inches
Item model number1100
Manufacturer Part Number1100
  
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ASINB000OO04MQ
Best Sellers Rank #106,701 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2005
  
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Product Description

Bar's Leaks Head Gasket Repair stops block leaks. Seals cracked cylinder heads and blocks. Repairs blown head gaskets.


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I followed the instructions exactly, I improvised on not one step.
beau
Flush your car, mix it up, pour it in your radiator, cook it on idle, rest, cook, rest, high idle cook, drain, rest over night, flush, refill with coolant and drive!
The Lone Cowboy
I dont know how long this will last, but the car is scrap to me now.
Stan Daman

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By TraderJoe1976 on December 17, 2010
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The background:
1998 Toyota Camry. Engine was rough, sputtering, heating up, losing power (compression) when it became hot. White smoke from tailpipe. No acceleration when I press the gas pedal. Coolant in Oil.
Mechanic Analysis:
Engine is bad. Head gasket is blown. Recommended junking the car. Otherwise, replacing the engine with one from car in junk yard for $3,000 or replacing the head gasket and rebuilding the engine for $1,800.
Last ditch:
Used one bottle of Head Gasket Repair purchased from Amazon. Followed instruction carefully.
Results:
Initially the engine was very rough. Gradually smoothened down after three days and 40 miles driving. Now, 6 weeks later and 700 miles later, the engine is humming and running like new. All previous bad signs have disappeared. Don't know how long it will last. This car is running on borrowed time. Even six months will be great for the $25 investment.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Joe on July 13, 2010
I bought this from a local auto parts store, not on amazon.com, and I was skeptical, but hey 10 bucks vs. $2000+ to replace the head gaskets on my '93 Acura Legend. I followed the directions precisely - Yes it was a pain, but I followed them. The main thing is to flush out ALL the anti-freeze from the engine... ALL OF IT! That goes for this product and every other one that I saw on the shelf and the internet... Otherwise you will clog your cooling system or heater core or both (or worse).

I used a Prestone Flush Kit that was 4 bucks and installed that to Prestone's instructions. I drained the radiator, then flushed the system, and drained the radiator again (and yes, there was still anti-freeze in it even after flushing). SO I stuck a hose in the radiator top with the drain open, and then flushed for a 3rd time and re-filled and drained the radiator yet again... now I know there was no anti-freeze in the car - anywhere. I FOLLOWED THE BAR'S LEAK GASKET REPAIR exactly as the directions stated, and by the time I was at the last step, I had no white smoke, or dripping water / anti-freeze coming out of the tailpipe... I was shocked that it worked. I was so shocked that I drove it a few miles (against the instructions) and the car didn't overheat like it did the day before. Believe me, my temp gauge was on "H" and then some the day before, and I was blowing coolant out the exhaust, my overflow tank was boiling, and the radiator was nearly empty. I thought I cooked the engine for sure. NOW, I have NO IDEA HOW LONG THIS WILL LAST... a day, a week, a month, a year... I have no Idea, and I don't know if it will do any harm to the cooling system or engine. All I know is the car was junk if it didn't get $2000-3000 worth or repairs, and it's only worth a grand or so...
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Marsh on July 25, 2010
1988 olds, 3.8 L v6. I have had a small head gasket leak for 6 years and didn't realize until it recently got worse. Basically for the last 6 years my engine temperature would oscillate about every 5 minutes, up then down after the thermostat opened, up and down . I would check my radiator after 200 miles and it was about 2/3 full, and I would refill, and it would drop again. No major leak here, just a small one, but enough. I tried the bars repair, and now my engine temperature stays at the same level and doesn't oscillate anymore. I really had no idea that was a symptom of the head gasket leak. My engine actually runs way better now, and because the engine is smoother and doesn't hesitate, the power transfer through the transmission is smoother now too. I hope this stuff holds up for a long time, so far so good.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Simon B. on September 8, 2011
I got Bar's head gasket repair on the off chance that it would fix a head gasket issue I had on my 94 Acura Legend with 200k miles on it. I bought the car as parts car for $475 (it had a dead battery, blown head gasket, and 3 flat tires). I pumped the tires with a portable compressor, threw in a battery and off it went. After my mechanic drained all of the antifreeze he flushed the radiator with water and physically put mouth to the radiator hose and blew antifreeze out of the engine. He then reconnected the hoses and drain plug, started the car and started to pour the Bar's into the radiator. Slowly the the whole bottle seeped in. He then asked me to rev the engine to 2000 rpms for a few min. Then shut off the car for 15 min, added antifreeze and started the car. No smoke!!!! and the check engine light went away!!!! A miracle!!! I wonder how long it'll last ... My mechanic likes this "parts car" more than the 95 Legend that I currently drive, so time will tell.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Thompson on April 18, 2012
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I have a 3 cylinder, diesel, 19 horsepower landscape tractor that blew a head gasket (or head, or block, don't know) and was getting exhaust gasses into the radiator water. This caused over pressure and would blow all the coolant out of the radiator in just a few minutes. Since I've taken off diesel heads before and found them to be cracked or a crack in the block, I didn't want to go that route as a first effort. I want to use the tractor before winter comes darn it.

I ordered this from Amazon, and followed the directions to the letter. Since I didn't have a spark plug to remove (remember, it's a diesel), I opened the compression release for each cylinder until I found out which one was giving me trouble and left that one open during the first part of the process.

Net, this stuff worked. While the tractor was running I held the end of the overflow hose in a jar of water and watched the bubbles come out. In a few minutes there were less bubbles, a few minutes more, even less. I ran the tractor for a little longer than the instructions and then drained and refilled it. There were a few bubbles at first, as compared to a blast of compressed exhaust gasses when I started, and those went away after driving the tractor around the lot a little.

It's only been a few weeks since I did this, so I don't know how long the fix will last. However, I got a bottle of the other Bar's product Block Seal 1109 and put half a bottle in the radiator to take care of any residual problem. Haven't had to add water at all and there are no bubbles in the overflow bottle.

If you can't fix it right by replacing the proper parts, get this stuff; it actually does what it says it will.
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