Topic: Re: Case 730
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depends on your abilities .....search archives to learn how to drive case o mtic,, lots of info there for even the novice,, now the head gasket problem ,.,. it could be a cracked head ,..there are ways to determine that also ,,perhaps others will chime in and take time with step by step ,,, But for most part by searching archives i learn GREAT stored knowledge that is 15 yrs old .... if it were mine ,after determining no water in oil . i would start it , and add bars leak if i suspect a blown head gasket ... but it will only buy you time ...
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