My 88 Audi 80 just blew it's headgaskets
, but has been well taken care of otherwise, and most other periodically replaced parts (clutch, tires, brakes, etc) are very fresh.
Can this problem be rectified to make my car the well-oiled machine it used to be?
(I don't want to spend the $ on a goose chase, and I've also got a power steering fluid leak and a fuel injector issue - both small issues I'm told - that could be fixed at the same time)
I've got a mechanic that says he can fix everything (for $1K+), but I just wanted to know if there's anything else that I need to watch out for with these old audis in general, that I should maybe have the mechanic look for while he's doing the current work?
And of course, again, is it worth it and will it work? (it sounds like a pretty serious deal to me - the engine won't start easily since it blew 4 days ago)