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Leaking thermostat housing

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OrangeInNE

07-19-2009 11:58:01




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Have a 47 C that is leaking coolant around one of the two bolts that attaches it to the cylinder head. Any ideas?

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OrangeInNE

07-20-2009 15:15:06




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 Re: Leaking thermostat housing in reply to OrangeInNE, 07-19-2009 11:58:01  
Thanks for the tips. Looks like the copper washer stopped the leak.



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old

07-19-2009 15:22:39




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 Re: Leaking thermostat housing in reply to OrangeInNE, 07-19-2009 11:58:01  
As Jeff say IF and that came be a very big IF. If you can not do so with out braking it which happens 75% of the time you can some times stop a leak like that with silicone sealer. Clean the area up real good then slap a good coat of silicone sealer on it. Nice thing is the silicone is easy to clean off when and if needed and will seal a good number of leaks like that



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Jeff Z.

07-19-2009 13:57:35




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 Re: Leaking thermostat housing in reply to OrangeInNE, 07-19-2009 11:58:01  
If you can get the bolt out put a new copper washer on the bolt.



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Jeff Z.

07-20-2009 11:02:26




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 Re: Leaking thermostat housing in reply to Jeff Z., 07-19-2009 13:57:35  
Goop Sealant and Adhesive also works real good.
You can get Goop at a hardware stores or Home Depot.
Cover the whole bolt head and surrounding area.



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