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My 2002 Pontiac Grand Am started to overheat, and I replaced the thermostat, water pump, hoses etc, and it still ran hot. Now it won't start but but will turn over. I have blown a head gasket, i have white smoke coming from my tail pipes and milky oil. I am wondering can i use head gasket reapair until i get the car fixed?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Tonetta, Your engine no longer is at functioning capacity, you can not use a gasket repair, your engine will need to replaced or rebuilt.

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