Yup its a head gasket one?
Ok, my rad barfed all over the hiway yesturday under pressure. After many months of overheating history, p0300 code (missfire), and tring to decifer the actual problem of the cars overheating through the water bottle, new water pump also, no white smoke, no oil mixtures etc. I am finally surrendering to the head gasket as the problem.
what I would like to know is weather or not it is posible to remove and repair the back, or the firewall side head gasket, in a 1999 STS without the removal of the engine? has anyone done it this way succesfully? Is there a thread or link someone can post here for me to go to if so?
P.S. 1 yaer ago I did use that rxauto stuff it worked for about 50,000kms before problem began to resurface.
Also, as I had to get to work and the whole being somewhat small in the rad I can offer the following results on all the, in a pinch solutions of quick repairs regarding the use of eggs, pepper, some metallic crap in a small yellow bottle as well as that stop leek stuff. All do not work and I could have been more successful by putting my 11 bucks towards a taxi cab, all myths.
Conclustion: As the whole was under pressure from the engine and pointed towards the motor I now have scrambled eggs complete with pepper all over the motor, along with little metal flakes from that yellow bottle and the other stuff too, I also most probably clogged something internally, heater core or small crossover tube.