What does the inside of an engine with a Bad Head Gasket look like?

Ever wonder what the inside of your engine looks like? How about what a head gasket failure, an overheating motor, or a melted piston looks like? In this video I go deep inside an engine using a bore scope (endoscope) to look through the spark plug hole in my Chrysler PT Cruiser with a blown engine.

Stay tuned till the end because I show you the inside of a cylinder in my Chevy Corvette, Mercury Milan, and a Craftsman Lawnmower.

Here is a link to the bore scope: https://amzn.to/3884Bbt

The engine had a small head gasket leak and needed some coolant every month, but nothing serious. Then one day on the highway, it overheated and by the time the driver pulled off the road, the engine blew up.

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  2. Chris would be able to make a top notch leak-down test video 😁
    Altho we may need shop air for that.

  3. Have had a head gasket failure. From 1st injector has some bubble come out when I run the car . Is possible have water inside . If yes how can empty it. The car turn off after some speed . Has use a liquid to seal the head gasket and no white smoke anymore. What key can use put out spark glows in diesel car w163 ml 270

  4. Just A question here,
    Seems I have a blown had gasket on my 85 bronco 2, 2.9l, 4 wheel drive.
    I have never done anything like this, any help/suggestions would be wonderful!

  5. It was nice of someone in your family to drive an over-heating engine just to give you a video topic. 🙂

  6. Hey Chris I had question, I'm having overheating problems in my 2008 4.8 Silverado I already changed my radiator and thermostat but it didn't help at all. So I removed my thermostat and it doesn't overheat anymore, if it was the head wouldn't still overheat? I was Thinking it might be a bad water pump.

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