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Wasnt the head gasket

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Jim in Michigan

06-18-2002 20:07:01

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Well it wasnt the head gasket,. the WD45 is still getting water from somewhere, I put the new gasket in and used some aviation permatex too,, but i still have water in the oil,,tomorrow I am going back into the engine, but this time I am starting at the oil pan and the bottom end,,,,So hopefully I can figure it out,,,,,,JIm

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Craig MO

06-19-2002 19:13:11

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 Re: Wasnt the head gasket in reply to Jim in Michigan, 06-18-2002 20:07:01  
Before you take apart too much buy a radiator pressure checker and pressurize radiator.Take the pan off and see where the water is coming from. If it coming down past piston skirt and inside sleeve suspect cracked head or pin hole in sleeve. If it coming down between sleeve and block its the orings that seals the sleeves to the block thats leaking.

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Jim in Michigan

06-20-2002 07:41:44

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 Re: Re: Wasnt the head gasket in reply to Craig MO, 06-19-2002 19:13:11  
it is the O rings,, now is there anyway to seal these or do I have to replace them,, my dad said there is a product called Liquid Glass or Waterglass, that you get from a pharmacy,,,,anyone know about this???

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