The gaskets that are present on your automobile are special seals that fill up the gap between two different parts or components. The goal is to prevent or stop any leaks from occurring during compression. Typically, automotive gaskets are made from steel or rubber. Silicone, fiberglass, cork, and plastic polymer are also potential materials.

Depending on the need, gaskets can be manufactured to bear high or low loads of compression. Made in a variety of shapes and sizes, the type of gasket on your vehicle really depends on the make and model of the vehicle that you have.

It's common for gaskets to require repair or replacement after your automobile has been driven for a while. To diagnose this issue, you'll want to watch out for the smell of burning oil upon starting your vehicle, or there may be tiny drops of oil underneath your vehicle after it's been running.

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