Bar’s Leaks Professional Head Seal Carbon Fiber Blown Head Gasket Repair is the strongest antifreeze-compatible solution on the market, period. It penetrates a leaking, damaged or blown head gasket, drying to form a seal that’s actually stronger than the original head gasket itself.
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When you think about a blown head gasket, do you see your money being spent at the repair shop? How much time and inconvenience is involved in taking your car to a mechanic for blown head gasket repair? The lost time is a frustration, and the money it takes to alleviate a head gasket leak is overwhelming. That’s because fixing a head gasket can cost you quite a bit (typically $1,500-$3,000). We know you would rather spend that money on the things that matter most. That’s why we created this professional-grade, easy-to-use head gasket solution. It’ll repair your leaking head gasket and save you money.
Bar’s Leaks Professional Carbon Fiber Blown Head Gasket Repair is the strongest antifreeze-compatible solution on the market, period. It penetrates a leaking, damaged or blown head gasket, drying to form a seal that’s actually stronger than the original head gasket itself. It’s the best formula to stop all other coolant leaks in plastic, cast iron, copper and aluminum radiators, heater cores, freeze plugs, gaskets, intake manifolds, cylinder heads and engine blocks. The special formulation also contains Xtreme Cool™, which stops overheating and reduces water temperature. Our fast, effective head gasket sealer is the result of decades of research and testing by top-flight chemical engineers. When you choose Bar’s Leaks for blown head gasket repair, you’ve got a product that’s designed to fit perfectly into the lifestyle and budget of everyday drivers.
A physical blown head gasket repair can be expensive, which is why Bar’s Leaks is proud to offer an affordable solution for your head gasket leak. And best of all, you don’t need any automotive expertise to install our head gasket sealer. If you know how to open the hood of your car, you can use this blown head gasket repair product.
Bar’s Leaks Professional Series – the products used by techs nationwide. Go grab yourself a bottle so you can spend your money on the things that matter. It’s time to get your show back on the road. Don’t let a blown head gasket sideline your life – or your wallet.
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I was skeptical at first but after replacing head gaskets on my Subaru and still getting mysterious coolant lost, i was about to give up on hope and let the car rot in my driveway until its fully paid and i can send it to junkyard but this product fixed the leak within a day. After following instructions, i noticed that coolant consumption was cut in half the following day and after that, it hasnt burned a single drop of coolant. So happy with the result.
I buttoned it all back up. It was still dripping at a good rate. I added the stuff to radiator. Topped fluids. Started it. White smoke came out the tailpipe. After about 5 min it stopped smoking. I looked under it and it wasnt dripping. Let it run 15 min with heater on hot and blower on high. No heat came out. Shut it. Let it cool about 30 min. Top hose was cool to.touch. Topped fluids. Didnt take much. Restarted. No smoke. Took it for low speed drive 15 minutes. Parked on street. Let cool. No leaks. Didnt need fluid. Took back out 15 minutes. Never overheated. I have not been out today. Its thunder storming. We are flooding. Not my house but my city. I have to go get boys by 6 and need to go to grocery. So I'll check fluids again before I go. But, as of last night, it appeared fixed. I will update this later.
Wow.....almost speechless over my experience with this product. Driving our 2004 Subaru Forester while on vacation about 300 miles from home the radiator blows out and soaks the engine. Crawled to a local mechanic who is well regarded in the area and he tells me the head gasket is blown and that it will cost 2k to repair it the following week if he has time. Says that its a really nice car and asks if I'd want to sell it. Called my mechanic bach home and he says to replace the radiator, coil and wires because its easy to do. He was correct about that but I couldn't get it to stop overheating. I was reading online about possible causes and how its common with these cars. Actually I was reading on the Bars leak website and decided to try thier product as a last resort and it actually worked. After testing the car with a few local trips to town the car is running at the normal temperature. Absolutely stunned especially since the product says that its a permanent fix! Wow!!!
My hobby car 2011 MINI Cooper was mis-firing one #1 cylinder, small leak in the head gasket, I was looking at a huge repair bill. So I tried Bars head gasket repair, and so far so good! The coolant level stays up, no check engine light is on, no misfires, and the engine fan doesn't come on at all. 141,000 miles and hoping it last until I decide to keep or fix😊 Thank you Bars leak!
2002 Olds Bravada with 269,000 miles. Had a water pump lock up and then a bad radiator. I replaced the water pump radiator and new thermostat with radiator cap. Started to overheat in just a few miles if I let pressure build up in the cooling system it started bubbling in the reservoir with lots of white smoke and coolant loss. Never had water in oil gasket leak on exhaust side into coolant system. Was ready to start the tear down to install the head gasket. O’Reilly had the best Bar's Leaks HG1 on sale for $35 so I thought what do have to lose? I followed the directions and even though still white smoke at 1st it was not overheating. After letting cool down and did the last step what amazing difference! No white smoke temp is perfect performance is up and actually runs better than it has for very long time. Driven it now about 200 miles and my SUV running strong! Highly recommend this product because it is a “miracle in bottle” Thanks Bar's Leaks!
My '94 Chevy Silverado with 201,000 miles with the 5.7 engine had started to slowly lose coolant. No leaks from the radiator. I finally saw that a tiny puddle of coolant would collect in a space where the intake manifold met the cylinder head. I put about 3/4 of the large bottle of Bar's Leaks HG-1 into the radiator and after a running it thru just 2 thermo-cycles: no more leak! Radiator level stays perfect. I def recommend giving it a try.
2003 Silverado 1500 4.3 . I used this product for my water intake gasket leak. I was adding about half a gallon a week. This product works great, I had my doubts about this product because I didn't get results right away, but after a month of having it in my system, it did the job.
I've been having issues with my car over heating and misfiring , I replaced the serpentine belt , spark plugs and all 6 coils and still my car was misfiring and over heating .
I finally took it to a shop and they gave me the bad news, Blown Head Gasket :( I wanted to cry , The mechanic said I should just junk the car as it would cost more to fix the head gasket than the car was actually worth. On a whim I searched for a cheaper fix and came across Bar's Leaks and thought what the heck . The mechanic told me to not bother with it because it wouldn't work but I had already bought it so there was no going back in my book. I used the Bar's Leaks Head Gasket Repair, carefully following the instructions and to my complete surprise it worked!!!
I drove the car and it hasn't over heated and the misfire in cylinder 4 stopped, no more white smoke from the muffler and I'm just in shock! Had I not given Bar's Leaks a try and listened to the mechanic my car would be junked and I'd be looking for a new car. Instead my car runs like new and better than ever thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart thank you, you saved me so much money.
I have a 94 Geo Metro that I use as a commuter car. 50 miles a day round trip commute. About 6 months ago I noticed that the coolant reservoir was periodically empty. Water pump was changed about 5 years ago. Thermostat about a year ago. The radiator cap wasn’t in great condition so I replaced it and thought that was the problem. After that every once in a while I noticed the reservoir empty again. Car never got hot, but the empty reservoir became more and more frequent. Then one day I pull into work and coolant is running out from under the car. I open the hood and steam is blowing out of the coolant reservoir overflow. Now I was concerned. By then I had started to carry a jug of coolant. Topped off the car and drove it home. Next morning I remove the radiator cap and ran the car. Once the car warmed up and was revved, here comes the foam. I knew it was a head gasket leak.
By now I already had my suspicions and had done some research on quick fix solutions. Everything else was at least twice as much and required way too much effort. One product only worked with traditional coolant. Another required a bunch of flushes and thermal cycles. The Metro has a really small cooling system and after reading I was really careful to pre-mix (shake well) the stop leak with coolant at a rate of 8 ounces per gallon.
Bottom line is that it did work.
Had a blown radiator hose then overheated real bad blowing the head gasket. Around $2,500 to fix the problem. I found Bar's Leaks online and followed directions. Product works real good.