Q: Engine Gasket was Fixed

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Recently the engine gasket was blown off due to coolant leakage. The gaskets were fixed. Post this the car has run 600 kms and now the crankshaft has been damaged is there any connection. For instance the fix of the gasket could have left some residue/debris that could have damaged the crankshaft or lack of technical knowledge of mechanic while fixing the engine could have damaged the cranshaft

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