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#3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400)

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SDE

08-17-2014 16:31:16
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I assume that to correct this problem, I will need to pull the head, pull out the piston and remove the sleeve. If the bore in the block is ok, then what do I do? Is the sleeve suppose to be a tight fit? If it is too loose, is that why the coolant is getting in the oil? If I get it fitted properly will the leaking stop? I don't think it is a head gasket problem, because I have not lost much coolant and it has not been over heating.
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Steve

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SDE

08-18-2014 05:38:08
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 Re: #3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400) in reply to SDE, 08-17-2014 16:31:16  
It is going to be a rainy day today. Might be a good time to work on her. I just put the loader on it too. If only my back was happy about it. Thank you for the help. Steve



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rustred

08-17-2014 18:30:37
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 Re: #3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400) in reply to SDE, 08-17-2014 16:31:16  
yep, pull head, examine gasket for sealing. pull sleeve examine bore for cracks, as that is the most likely problem. sleeve will need a puller to get it out if you want to save it. otherwise can run a couple welds from top to bottom and it will pull out with your fist. sleeve fitting has nothing to do with the leakage. I have used green locktight on those stress cracks in the block and put them together and no problem. the sleeve takes a good push by hand when reassembling it.

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D Slater

08-17-2014 18:29:29
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 Re: #3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400) in reply to SDE, 08-17-2014 16:31:16  
If leaking between sleeve and block. One repair is to have the block bored at that cylinder and a repair sleeve fitted at a machine shop. Then the repair sleeve is sized for a regular sleeve to fit back in it. If leaking between piston and sleeve check the head and top surface of the block.



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El Toro

08-17-2014 17:07:37
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 Re: #3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400) in reply to SDE, 08-17-2014 16:31:16  
They are dry sleeves and may be a pressed fit. Hal



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kevinj54

08-17-2014 17:03:39
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 Re: #3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400) in reply to SDE, 08-17-2014 16:31:16  
I do think that is is dry sleeved so you better take it on down and check the block.

I suppose it could seep from the head gasket down past the sleeve.



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old

08-17-2014 17:00:07
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 Re: #3 sleeve is leaking coolant into oil pan (400) in reply to SDE, 08-17-2014 16:31:16  
If it is a wet sleeve engine yep pull the head piston and sleeve then clean up the area at the bottom of the sleeve and install new sleeve o-rings and close it back up



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