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phil

08-02-2002 13:33:11




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mywd45 is getting coolant into the oil. what are the chances its a head gasket or should i pull the oil pan ?




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ifyoufeelfroggy

08-03-2002 21:02:38




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 Re: wd45 coolant in oil in reply to phil, 08-02-2002 13:33:11  
Hello, I'm looking to know a little about an old 1957 Allis-Chamlin. I'm wanting to know whare the brakes are and the seriel numer if you could please help me out I would very much appreciate it. And I would also like to know whare the axsel is if you could help me I would appreciate it.

Thank you.

If you could please help me out, please e-mail me back at my daughters e-mail: ifyoufeelfroggy@yahoo.com

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Okieboy

08-03-2002 19:37:49




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 Re: wd45 coolant in oil in reply to phil, 08-02-2002 13:33:11  
First thing to check is to pull the valve cover off and look at the freezeplugs on the top of the head. I find it is common for these to have pin holes in them and that will let coolant into the oil. Always check the easiest things first. Next would be to pull the pan and see if the oring's on the sleeves is leaking, usually you can see a stain on the block next to the sleeve. Last resort is head gasket or crack. The cracks between the cylinders on the top end are fairly common and hardly ever are the source of trouble. Hope this helps you, if I can be of more help feel free to e-mail me. Bob

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Red Man

08-03-2002 14:25:12




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 Re: wd45 coolant in oil in reply to phil, 08-02-2002 13:33:11  
Do these engines have sleeves with O-rings, we had this to happen to a 190 XT years ago and it was the sleeve o-rings.



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LH

08-02-2002 13:44:50




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 Re: wd45 coolant in oil in reply to phil, 08-02-2002 13:33:11  
My bet is a head gasket or if she's been hot a cracked head. Tearing into it is the only way I know to tell for sure.



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Dave Grubb

08-03-2002 16:41:33




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 Re: Re: wd45 coolant in oil in reply to LH, 08-02-2002 13:44:50  
You might want to check the bearings, it doesn't take long for antifreeze to wipe out the bearings.



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