Repairing a head gasket can cost you up to $2,000, if not more. Save yourself time and money with K-Seal: the permanent fix for leaking and blown head gaskets.
Repairing a blown head gasket is any motorist’s worst nightmare. If you’re starting to notice the tell-tale symptoms of a head gasket leak, you need to get it sorted to avoid costly repairs hitting you in the wallet.
The cost of head gasket repairs can run into the thousands, meaning it’s often easier and cheaper to scrap the vehicle than it is to have it repaired. The average cost of head gasket repair is around $1,000 to $2,000, but this isn’t because the parts are expensive.
The high costs involved in head gasket repair generally stem from the amount of labor required to sort the problem out, rather than the cost of a replacement part. Replacing your head gasket is an extremely time-consuming task because the engine head has to be removed and then replaced. And the more time a mechanic is forced to spend on that job rather than something else, the more they will charge you.
Head gasket repair costs will ultimately depend on the speed at which the problem is identified. The longer you wait before going to the workshop, the more you can expect to pay to get back on the road again. Which workshop you choose will of course also affect how much you can expect to pay. While there shouldn’t be too much difference in the prices you will be quoted, it’s probably worth getting a few quotes from local mechanics so you can be sure of getting the best deal.
As soon as you identify an issue with your head gasket, grab yourself a bottle of K-Seal. Scientifically tested, K-Seal will permanently repair and fix most head gasket failures, including:
Why wait for your head gasket to blow, forcing you to pay out on expensive head gasket repair costs? Find your nearest K-Seal stockist today to save yourself time, money and trouble.