take off the hood and valve cover. Look at the three freeze plugs under the rocker arm. If one has a hole or rusty, replace it. TAke out the oil pan drain plug. Fill the radiator with water and watch. If you have a slow leak into the oil pan, that is probably the o-ring around the liners. You can add 1/2 bottle for BARS Copper Block and manifold sealer and it will seal that up. Get at Auto Zone for about 410. It will mix with the antifreeze..... Leave the oil pan plug out for an hour and let everything drip out that can.. THen install plug, new oil, antifreeze and BARS and startup and run 20 minutes to seal. You dont need to flush the oil system. Change the oil filter after all is done and the system is working right.
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