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Re: To35 z134 Liner packing leak

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PackardV8

10-14-2012 07:33:20
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Don't have to pull head or liners necassarily. Pull the oil pan. Clean and inspect area beween liners of 1&2 and 3&4. I have a TE20 with Z120 rite now in the shop cracked at bottom between 3&4. PAN only removed. Not removed head yet and don't really plan to.
Disconnect radiator hoses from rad. Fill with water and leak test over nite. watch for where the water comes from. Be aware that if it drips from crack in area between liners it mite run down liner and only appear to be comming from liner seal.

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Ed H.-OH

10-14-2012 07:52:20
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 Re: To35 z134 Liner packing leak in reply to PackardV8, 10-14-2012 07:33:20  
Packard, Hello, I was looking for a crack when i pressure checked it , so far i've not found one. But i will check it again before i go further. If it's cracked i will probably drill holes in the sides of the block and pull it back together with a hardened rod threaded on each end. I've seen this done before on the z134 and it works good. Thanks for your consern and help-ed



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