I haven't been here in ages,. You were all so helpful last time I had a problem so I thought I'ld ask again.
I took my car for a service last week only to be told I have a blown head gasket, diagnosed by the fact that there was no water in my car (recent event as I do check) and the pipe from the resevoir to the engine has oil in it (the water in the resevoir has always had an oily film on top) and once filled there are bubbles in the water when the engine is run.
Obviously this is a costly repair to have done but I need to get it sorted. Before I sell my soul on ebay to pay for it has anyone ever heard of or used either http://www.coolantrepair.com/K-Seal/p356750_916820.aspx , http://www.coolantrepair.com/SEAL-UP...50_920602.aspx , http://www.usasealants.com/products/...asket-sealant/ or any other non mechanical remedy that they would reccomend please? I feel a bit inclined to think that the best and really only correct way to sort it is to take it to a garage and make myself destitute but if there is an easier, cheaper way to fix it then I'm all ears.
Thanks in advance