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Re: F20 water in oil

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02-22-2013 19:13:29

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If you are getting water in the oil in an F-20 about the only place it can be coming from is past the sleeve o-ring.Could be a cracked block but most likely o-ring. Did you have the sleeves out ? Any water from head gasket or cracked head is unlikely to get in the oil, unless you get a lot in the cylinder and some trickles past the rings.As said before, just take the inspection covers off and look around the bottoms of the sleeves with a mirror and you will probably find the leak.

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02-22-2013 20:16:12

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 Re: F20 water in oil in reply to robgIN, 02-22-2013 19:13:29  
I didn't take them out, I hadn't looked in my Manuel but are they hard to replace?

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02-23-2013 07:21:37

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 Re: F20 water in oil in reply to Daninsc, 02-22-2013 20:16:12  
it depends, all of them I have removed have been stuck like a son of a gun. I have a sleeve puller and usually I have to tighten the nut on the puller as tight as I can get it and then hit the bottom plate with an air hammer to get them to pop loose.

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02-22-2013 21:05:53

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 Re: F20 water in oil in reply to Daninsc, 02-22-2013 20:16:12  
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they're a ton of fun. pull the head, then pull th eoil pan and drop the pistons out the bottom of the sleeve. if its 4 inch bore they will just squeez out the top, then get a sleeve puller and pull them all out. its alot of work for a 5 dollar o-ring

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