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WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze

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turklilley

05-25-2009 18:26:39




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Found Oil in my Anti-freeze today. I'm guessing its the head gasket. Any other ideas as to what the problem may be?




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El Toro

05-28-2009 04:11:25




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 Re: WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze in reply to turklilley, 05-25-2009 18:26:39  
I've had cracked heads to cause this too. Hal



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Texas Denny

05-26-2009 06:06:49




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 Re: WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze in reply to turklilley, 05-25-2009 18:26:39  
I agree with Jeff. The head gasket is the most likely. When you pull off the head, do not be discouraged if you see a crack between the cylinders. This is common and does not cause a problem. A good head gasket will seal this up and provide dependable service for years and years.

The most common problem is water in the oil and this one is difficult to fix.

The most likely place for oil to get in the water is in the head area. As El Toro suggests, head gasket problems are often indicated if air bubbles appear in the radiator. When the tractor is running combustion gases leak into the cooling jacket. When not running, either water goes in the oil or oil goes in the water.

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El Toro

05-26-2009 04:02:39




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 Re: WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze in reply to turklilley, 05-25-2009 18:26:39  
Check for bubbles in the radiator with the engine at an idle. Hal



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Scott Cunnien

05-25-2009 20:28:43




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 Re: WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze in reply to turklilley, 05-25-2009 18:26:39  
I had that same problem with my WD, found out that they have a notoriuous problem with splitting between the inner two cylinders. I ended up needing a whole new block.



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Jeff Z.

05-25-2009 20:08:08




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 Re: WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze in reply to turklilley, 05-25-2009 18:26:39  
I would start with the head gasket.



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mlpankey

05-26-2009 08:27:06




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 Re: WD-45 ,,,Oily Antifreeze in reply to Jeff Z., 05-25-2009 20:08:08  
replace old head gasket with a felpro blue gasket. the grafoil gaskets are bad about leaking around the push rod holes.



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