Here is the answer to that SECOND
The most important reason for even
existance of this separatre page is the daily calls
which come from
people who have used other products but which just did
not fix their
"What makes HEAL-A-SEALTM so different"?
And understandably they are concerned that when they
spend more of
their money they will not end up with the same
results... so naturally
they just want to be sure that indeed there is a
difference between HEAL-A-SEALTM and other products.
And so for all of those who have already gone through
frustration, and for those who have in the process
realized that their
Engine might have more than a 'simple' Head Gasket
leak, here is all
the additional info which should eliminate any doubts.
The best way to acomplish that is by - again - showing
the different variations of Head Gasket Failures,
Engine Head Cracks,
or Cylinder Block Cracks which HEAL-A-SEALTM will repair - since many of them are
repairable by any
other products or other means! And this too is best
returning to the same
Cross-section Sketch below - which was also used to
answer the "What
makes it work so well"? ...
So, this identical sketch shows of course the same
Breach types - and same variations of Head Gasket
Failures, and/or Cracks in Engine Heads or Cylinder
But, there is one
In this instance the typical 4
Engine Block, with those 3 levels of magnification of
Chamber to Coolant Leak', (and one of the 'Oil Passage
Leak') - all of
them are NOT used to describe the actual processes
which take place in
the performance of its sealing function.
That has already been described on the 'MAIN PAGE' of
this website, and
in case you landed here first, please click on the
'HOME' button at the
bottom of this page - to read that description first,
because not only
that it starts
with the basic explanation of 'HOW
WORK?', but it also
provides a link
to the page which answers the 1st question -
"What makes HEAL-A-SEALTM work so well"?... This will also make
understanding of everything on this page much
easier, especially the Sketch itself, since it is used
as a base for
all the answers.
However, what is covered on this
some elaborate descriptions of how HEAL-A-SEALTM is different - in different
Breach Types, and
in different types of symptoms, and environments,
which also includes
numerous other related issues ... and all of them to
point out what
exactly makes the HEAL-A-SEALTM so different.
So, read on - if you do not mind a little 'Brain
Sketch of the
Type Variations, - cross-section at the Head Gasket
Combustion Chamber to Coolant Leak - Magnified...
those magnifications show:
- External Coolant Leak:
Breach is at a Failed Head Gasket level, or
below (Crack in the
Engine Block) or above (Crack in the Engine
Head) the External
Coolant Leak is indeed the easiest
type of Cooling System Breach to fix - as
there is no counter-pressure
in any External Leaks.
This type of leak requires no 'further ado' of
any type (except
cleaning of external surface), and the HEAL-A-SEALTM will seal-up this leak
permanently - and only within
minutes... although the subsequent curing
process is still required -
And what is so 'different' here?
what was missing in the above
description is another area of HEAL-A-SEALTM 'difference': the SIZE
of that External Leak which HEAL-A-SEALTM will fix!
As an example, it has permanently
sealed Engine Block Cracks that were
up to 14 inches long! And on
some large Diesel Engines - known
And this was acomplished after several
attempts where other more
expensive products, and very time
consuming and expensive methods, have
Leak Between Combustion Chambers
Combustion Chambers of the two neighboring
Cylinders is definitely the
toughest one to properly diagnose, even if one
of the Cylinders did not
have a 2nd Breach - like what is depicted
above... in the absolutely
'worst case scenario': one of the Cylinders
does have the additional
'Combustion Chamber to Coolant Leak'!
But fortunately, this is not very frequent,
and it is not at all the
toughest one to fix - however it is only
possible to fix them after the
two neighboring Cylinders 'with a bleed' are
properly diagnosed and
Still, what makes the Engine diagnostics so
hard in such a case is that
there is almost a limitless number of
variations, all of which can
mislead and make the pin-pointing of the
practically impossible - thus making a
permanent fix of either one
Cylinder totally impossible, too!
area of HEAL-A-SEALTM 'difference': Through
the use of an exclusive HEAL-A-SEALTM proprietary method -
which requires absolutely no
external tools, much less any pricey
computerized equipment, this
Engine 'mystery' definitely does get
The culprit Cylinders do get properly
diagnosed and correctly
pinpointed and then properly fixed -
but with HEAL-A-SEALTM only!
However, one IMPORTANT NOTE about this proprietary
Although 'it' too is a very important part of
that answer to "What
makes HEAL-A-SEALTM so different"? you will NOT
find any details about it
here, and NOT even in the Manual...
Of course, if anyone who is in process of
using HEAL-A-SEALTM finds himself in that
'impossible to pinpoint
predicament' - which is typically demonstrated
by the 'uncontrollable
boiling-over surges' from the Overflow Tank -
he is welcome to call the
24/7 Tech Support!
The full instructions will be given over the
Moreover, in that kind of situation, the Tech
Support expert will 'stay
on the case' - without exception, and until
even a 'hopeless case'
Engine is saved, too!
No matter what it takes... as saving Engines
is our only mission, and
we do not stop until that goal is
Combustion Chamber to Coolant Leak
Engine 'condition' is actually covered in a
minute detail in the
paragraphs on the main page, which paragraphs
do give a detailed
description of how HEAL-A-SEALTM will successfully create a
PERMANENT SEAL when the
problem is a 'common' BI-DIRECTIONAL LEAK -
but which is also the type
of leak that other products absolutely can not
However, this BI-DIRECTIONAL LEAK type can
have a 'strange peculiarity'
of also being a UNI-DIRECTIONAL LEAK or a
One-way leak, instead - if
the directions are 'steady' and/or are changed
'sequentially' - instead
of 'simultaneously' - as described on the main
page ... with the
details of 'operational chaos'...
Here is the simplest explanation as to what
UNI-DIRECTIONAL LEAK from a BI-DIRECTIONAL
LEAK: The physical
configuration of the Breach acts as a One Way
Valve, or a 'Check Valve'
- which only allows for the escape of the
Exhaust gasses in one
direction only - from the Combustion Chamber
into the Cooling System!
This is shown on the Sketch by the arrows
pointing in the direction of
the Coolant Passages (in GREEN
COLOR), and which was referred to on
the main page as:
LEAK FROM THE COMBUSTION
THE COOLING SYSTEM
Temperature - 800-900F - Gasses
penetrating under tremendous
into the Cooling System).
Overheating, Boiling Over, Air
Bubbles in Overflow Tank,
Heater Core, Large Air Pockets
(resulting in NO Coolant
Circulation, No Heat, etc.)!
In this case, there are NO other
symptoms except those mentioned above which
are part of the Engine
Overheating problem, and so the Engine
Diagnostics and pinpointing of
the leaking Cylinder is in fact - much easier!
Very much easier!
Actually, incomparably MUCH EASIER!
It can REALLY also be done without any
external tools of any type!
And only in a matter of minutes!
here is still another area of HEAL-A-SEALTM 'difference':
Just call the 24/7
Support, and we will tel you how!
And you do not have to buy
- Coolant Leak into Combustion Chamber
condition is NOT specifically named in the
above Sketch, it is
nevertheless included in it - by the presence
of the arrows pointing in
the direction of the Combustion Chamber (in BLUE
COLOR), and which was also refereed
on the main page as:
|COOLANT LEAK FROM THE
COOLING SYSTEM INTO THE
Symptoms: Steam /
Smoke from exhaust pipe, Loss
& Smell of Coolant, Misfiring,
Cold starts , etc.
It is not as common, but once it starts as a
'constant Coolant loss
symptom' (even without any of the above
mentioned 'advanced symptoms'),
it is a sure thing that this is another type
of a UNI-DIRECTIONAL
LEAK... but in the opposite direction ... of
Coolant penetrating into
the Combustion Chamber only!
In this case, the Engine Diagnostics and
pinpointing of the leaking
Cylinder is relatively easy too, but
definitely a little bit more
'labor intensive' than "a matter of minutes".
And a spark plug wrench
is required too!
yet another area of HEAL-A-SEALTM 'difference':
And still the same 'routine': just
call the 24/7 Tech Support, and we
will tell you how! FREE!
Again, you do not have to buy
- Oil Passage Leak - 3 possibilities
|Just like in the previous type of
Breach, above, what
is shown on the Sketch as an - Oil Passage
Leak - it also shows
exactly the same 3 Types of Breach variations,
as well as the 4th
possibility, the EXTERNAL OIL LEAK!
And to complicate it further, ALL Breach
variations in the case of Oil
Passage Leak can also be on all 3 levels:
Within the Head
Gasket, in the Engine Head, or Engine
Block - at
Fortunately, or unfortunately, in this case the
reality is drastically
different: In almost 100% of the cases,
the Oil Passage Leak is
caused only by the CRACK IN THE ENGINE
NOT by the HEAD GASKET FAILURE! And
rarely by the CRACK IN THE ENGINE HEAD!
And an Engine with the COOLANT IN THE OIL
symptom is a doomed
Engine: Taking a gamble on Replacing Head
Gaskets is totally Useless
and it is a waste of money! Head Gaskets
replacement will not and
can not stop the Oil leaking into the Crankcase
- when it is coming
through a Crack in the Engine Block !
And there is absolutely
nothing else that will fix a Crack in the
because it is NOT REPARABLE!
That is exactly the task that HEAL-A-SEALTM is made for!
Those 'almost 100% statistics' confirm the
reality about this symptom:
It is a fact that in almost all cases
where potential users of HEAL-A-SEALTM decided for some reason to spend
the BIG Money and
have a Repair Shop replace Head Gaskets - for
the COOLANT IN THE OIL
symptom ... every single one of them came back
very disappointed with
their mechanic - so they can use the HEAL-A-SEALTM - after all!...
What happened? They were all very disenchanted
to have listened to
their mechanic's very pricey advice - as
in all these cases the COOLANT IN THE OIL
was right back - 10
minutes after the 'newly repaired' engine was
At that point they were told by their mechanic
that all the 'good work'
(of replacing the Head Gasket) that they did
'mechanically', now "just
has to be sealed-up"... Somehow they
initially overlooked that
... well, that is exactly what the HEAL-A-SEALTM is all about: SEALING-UP!
Again, and again, the almost incredible
statistics have been proving
that the reason for the COOLANT IN THE OIL
- definitely is: CRACK
IN THE BLOCK! NOT THE
FAILED HEAD GASKET!
With the same statistics and
the same COOLANT IN THE OIL
experience repeated over
and over! ... and always repeated due to the CRACK
IN THE BLOCK
(and absolutely NOT due to the HEAD GASKET
LEAK - as mechanics
claimed!) - even with all the COMPLETELY
REBUILT BMW engines...
by the 'Factory Trained and Certified
Technicians' - and at a $6000+!
The conclusion here is simple:
the COOLANT IN
THE OIL symptom,
either REPLACE the Engine - or TREAT
it with the HEAL-A-SEALTM
the same conclusion for the leak in the
opposite direction - OIL IN THE COOLANT:
- Oil Passage Leak - 4th possibility
Finally, that 4th possibility is the last type of OIL
LEAK: The EXTERNAL OIL LEAK!
Although in this case, the External Oil Leak can
be anywhere -
within the Head Gasket, in the Engine Head, or the
Engine Block, it
still does not matter:
There is now a NEW and different HEAL-A-SEALTM product - to fix all those EXTERNAL OIL LEAK problems -
regardless of where the
It is covered in more detail in the New Product
below, but the complete details are in the associated
Information and Ordering Page.
See the NEW ENGINE OIL SEALER
/ OIL STOP
LEAK product announcement below!
anything, the FINAL CONCLUSION:
What is it that makes the HEAL-A-SEALTM so different - from all
the info above:
READER BE THE JUDGE!