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D-14 antifreeze in oil?

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samuel c

05-09-2013 23:59:51




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I think I have water/antifreeze in the engine oil (slight haze and a sweet glycol smell to oil.

I would assume either the water pump or head gasket, Any advice on how to diagnose the problem?




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samuel c

05-13-2013 00:55:34




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 Re: D-14 antifreeze in oil? in reply to samuel c, 05-09-2013 23:59:51  
Think you for the excellent suggestions



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Dick L

05-10-2013 08:06:43




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 Re: D-14 antifreeze in oil? in reply to samuel c, 05-09-2013 23:59:51  
Probly not the water pump. I would guess that it would not be a head gasket although it could be. The first place to look would be on top of the head, under the rocker arms in the core plugs. Then remove the pan and let it set full of water and see if you see some drops frthe sleeves. 8 pounds or so pressure on the radiator would speed the check up some. That way you still have a running engine after you put the pan and valve cover back on. The core plugs in the top of the head is a weak spot and can be replaced without removing the head.

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greygoat

05-10-2013 08:02:47




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 Re: D-14 antifreeze in oil? in reply to samuel c, 05-09-2013 23:59:51  
Water pump is not connected to the lube oil,
presume a leaky head gasket?, Unless it's a wet
sleeved engine.NAPA engine parts book does list sleeves for D10, D12, D14 engines, but
doesent say if wet or dry.



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Dick L

05-10-2013 18:37:24




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 Re: D-14 antifreeze in oil? in reply to greygoat, 05-10-2013 08:02:47  
They be wet sleeves.



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