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Re: Oil and water DO mix in a WD45 (continued)

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05-28-2013 04:28:44

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Drop the pan, and check the bearings, pull and see how they look. If you only ran it for 15 minutes, you might be OK. While you have the pan off, check the bottom of liners, for leaks. Wipe all the sludge off, as best as you can. If your bearings are good, I'd re-assemble, and change the oil more frequently, till you are sure all the water is out.

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05-28-2013 05:22:23

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 Re: Oil and water DO mix in a WD45 (continued) in reply to Diydave, 05-28-2013 04:28:44  
In an archived post I found where it was suggested to use a 50/50 mix of oil and kerosene for the first refill of oil, run it for 10-15 minutes, drain it, and then then use straight oil after that. Thoughts on that?

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05-28-2013 16:52:43

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 Re: Oil and water DO mix in a WD45 (continued) in reply to aretop00, 05-28-2013 05:22:23  
I would use a high detergent, thin oil, and change it quick. also keep an eye on the oil pressure gauge, and an ear to the block, to listen for knocks.

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05-28-2013 09:31:31

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 Re: Oil and water DO mix in a WD45 (continued) in reply to aretop00, 05-28-2013 05:22:23  
Was thinking something like that, was thinking if it was me I would mix oil and diesel fuel. Another thought if you had some good used oil from a previous oil change.

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05-29-2013 07:29:31

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 Re: Oil and water DO mix in a WD45 (continued) in reply to caseman-d, 05-28-2013 09:31:31  
Thanks, everyone, for your help! I really appreciate it!

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