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Re: AC model C - coolant in oil

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Noah in IA

08-12-2012 15:42:06

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Steve - I appreciate the suggestion; seems time is tighter than money but neither are "loose" (wife, baby, & broken down tractors to support) so I suppose no, I don"t have much to lose. But...I don"t have any dire need for the tractor as of right now so I"m not entirely afraid of a tear down; I already stripped the electrical components off so I could power wash 30 years of accumulated gunk off and the brakes are broken as well so I anticipate an over-winter project as is. I guess I am thinking I will use the bars leak as a radiator fix if possible but I would like to pursue a more permanent fix for the oil contamination problem. Seems that if I accumulated 2 cups or so of coolant in the oil pan in a few minutes of run time and pressure testing combined that the leak may be too severe for a bars leak type fix? Again, I"m new to this tractor fixing business...Thanks for the advice!

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08-12-2012 18:15:04

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 Re: AC model C - coolant in oil in reply to Noah in IA, 08-12-2012 15:42:06  
Sounds like a pretty big leak. I would drop the oil pan, and do the leak down test again. You might just have a cracked cylinder sleeve o ring. Might be able, to just replace the leaky one, if you can ID it. Whatever you do, don't let the AF get into the oiling system, it eats up the bearings.

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