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#17: 11-01-2012, 01:31 AM
 
 spooln30
Title: Contributing V.P.
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Car: 99 Legacy 2.5GT Toyota Supra 2jz/R154
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Yes STOP driving the car. You will only cause more damage. If you can't afford replacing the head gaskets then you surely can't afford replacing or rebuilding the entire engine. I'm just trying to give you advice that I myself would do on my own cars. Just make sure this time you have the heads checked and machined if nessesary as well as the block. Most people overlook the surface of the block. Being its aluminum and the OEM gaskets being a coated bi-metal, scrubbing occurs when things get hot and start shifting around. This will warp or create low spots in the surface of the block just as easy as the cylinder heads. GL.