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ANTIFREEZE LEAK ON A MOD. (G)

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DAVE S.

12-16-2002 14:46:29




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I was working in my shop yesterday when for some reason I happend to look at the motor on the old G .I was shocked to see antifreeze on top of the motor filled around the spark plugs.In a pannic I promptly blew out around the spark plugs with the air hose and removed the plugs to see if anything made it to the cyls.It looked good so I fired her and she runs fine, but I can not find a trace of a tell tale leak. Any ideas anyone, Thanks

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Jack

12-17-2002 19:06:20




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 Re: ANTIFREEZE LEAK ON A MOD. (G) in reply to DAVE S., 12-16-2002 14:46:29  
Any chance that the top hose may be leaking? I think it would run down on the head and collect around the spark plug depressions. I will have to look at mine tomorrow in daylight, but believe this could happen. Jack



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Plant Doctor

12-16-2002 15:39:10




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 Re: ANTIFREEZE LEAK ON A MOD. (G) in reply to DAVE S., 12-16-2002 14:46:29  
Dave: Those G's had a habit of leaking around the head bolts. The head bolts go all the way through to the water jacket and sometimes with temperature changes they would leak between the head and the head of the bolts. That's if your lucky, sometimes they leak past the head gasket. If you watch it closely you will find the bolt causing the problem. Either tighten it slighty or remove it and use a sealing compound on the threads and re-tighten to specs.

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