Hello, Please help! I took my 1999 Ford Taurus (79,000 miles) in to get the air conditioning fixed, it was blowing cold, then blowing hot, so I thought I needed freeon. When I took the car in, they told me I had a blown head geasket. I had never had any trouble at all and they said it would cost $1500.
I did not get that done because I had no symtoms what so ever. I watched the car and noticed as soon as I got it back, a belt was squeaking terribly, never had it squeaked before. I drove the car the following day 60 miles with no trouble. Today, (very next day) my coolant was bubbling and popping like crazy when I got home. Please tell me what might be the problem? ( Ihad also got the radiator flushed and a new radiator cap. Do I really have a blown head gasket?
Thursday, July 6th, 2006 AT 9:34 PM