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    i sell loads of k seal at work, people love it its brilliant, one guy told me it cured the head gasket leak on his merc atego truck which was seeping a gallon a day, it cured it after about 4hrs driving...

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    Seems you were right. Looks as though it was just condensation build up. Been cleaned and nothing has returned. Water loss has stopped, so guessing that it may have just been the system settling after the coolant was changed. Glad I didn't waste the money now! : )
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    has anybody used steel seal in a rover v8 with the porous block syndrome and if so what were the results please?

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    I used k seal on my van.had a leak half way down rad.motor factors were charging £10
    bought exact same off ebay.£5 with free post.worked straight away.no problems since

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    Another vote for K Seal

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    Steel seal forms an epoxy type goo.When I used it as per instructions ie warm up for an hour it almost completely blocked the passage of water to the cylinder head.As it sticks to the hottest parts.It did not seal my headgasket however.
    On removing the head I then had to flush and scrape the stuff out of the water galleries it also blocked the thermostat.

    I think the stuff is useless and would never use it again.

    However I know someone who used it on a Grand cheroke and supposedly it worked he did sell the car shortly after however.....

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    i've used liquid glass with good results. looks like a clear liquid with copper coloured sediment in the bottom. shake it up and pour it in. run for 20 mins ish and drain system (including block if possible) leave overnight then refill with coolant mix. had cars run for 2 years plus after using it to cure head gasket leaks/overheating so not a temporary fix.
    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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