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oil in water - vac14

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11-23-2012 18:40:08

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We bought a non-running vac a while back. It started knocking, and they quit using it. There was not water in the oil, but there was a lot of oil in the water. Ideas? Most leaks would put oil in the water, but I thought maybe someone here might know a quirk for these engines. We ran into the notorious front end in the way of the pan (archives) pan problem today, but may get it slid forward tomorrow.

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11-25-2012 19:31:33

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 Re: oil in water - vac14 in reply to namdc3, 11-23-2012 18:40:08  
When we got deeper, we found that antifreeze had been in the oil as well. It looks like it was the head gasket.

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11-24-2012 10:47:36

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 Re: oil in water - vac14 in reply to namdc3, 11-23-2012 18:40:08  
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I had a similar problem with my DC and it turned out that the #3 cylinder sleeve had developed a pinhole leak in it letting oil into the water........had bubbles in the water too......must have been small enough that during the power stroke it forced oil and exhaust through it yet small enough to not let water drip through..........

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11-24-2012 08:05:17

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 Re: oil in water - vac14 in reply to namdc3, 11-23-2012 18:40:08  
if it"s not the head gasket, it has a crack in the block.

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