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Re: case 530ck pushes out coolant

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02-24-2013 03:39:30

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Thanks Rod I'm going to retighten the head first and if that don't do it then off comes the head.
Thanks again,Plywood

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02-24-2013 05:46:22

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 Re: case 530ck pushes out coolant in reply to plywood, 02-24-2013 03:39:30  
If the head wasn't retorqued directly after initial install and the engine is houred up and then started blowing off into radiator, IT IS TOO LATE to retorque, and bars leak won't stop a compression leak in a head gasket.

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02-24-2013 12:45:52

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 Re: case 530ck pushes out coolant in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-24-2013 05:46:22  
ACG, I totally agree, with the narrow flange sleeves there were no procedures or dump in solutions that would solve the problem caused by a weak head gasket seal on a 400 PSI cranking compression engine. There is just no substitute for having the engine in tip top shape mechanically. Sorry to hear about the cracked block and the lower bore problems. A plus, any Case engine through the 207 diesel is a fit.

This post was edited by mEl at 12:47:00 02/24/13 2 times.

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