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Re: coolant in oil, 1949 A-C C

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12-18-2012 18:38:09

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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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Dick Lber how many cans u

12-19-2012 10:08:06

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 Re: coolant in oil, 1949 A-C C in reply to steve(ill), 12-18-2012 18:38:09  
My first C with the first engine that I used as my puller had a small leak from a sleeve O ring. I was only using the tractor on week ends to pull. Every three weekends I drained the yellow oil out and added a can of stop leak. Several different ones. I don't remember how many but it was all summer long. Never did stop leaking enough to stop the oil from turning yellow. I never pulled the sleeves out but when I built another engine I set it on back of my shop floor where it still lays.

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Jerry Black

12-18-2012 18:47:04

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 Re: coolant in oil, 1949 A-C C in reply to steve(ill), 12-18-2012 18:38:09  
Thanks, to all who responded. Steve, Your solution sounds like the answer to my question.

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