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Wd 45 antifreeze pourin into oilpan

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Andrew k

03-16-2003 05:41:05




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I went to put water in my radiator and i noticed it wasnt getting full so i pulled the dipstick and the water had all poured into the oil pan help please thanks




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rayinny

03-16-2003 17:40:20




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 Re: wd 45 antifreeze pourin into oilpan in reply to Andrew k, 03-16-2003 05:41:05  
I used to repair leaking freeze plugs in the head on simca four cylinder car engines. They were under the valve rocker arm cover.



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tommy

03-16-2003 16:00:35




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 Re: wd 45 antifreeze pourin into oilpan in reply to Andrew k, 03-16-2003 05:41:05  
check cracks in cylinder walls or possibly a cracked head



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Dave K.

03-16-2003 10:34:24




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 Re: wd 45 antifreeze pourin into oilpan in reply to Andrew k, 03-16-2003 05:41:05  
John is correct, I forgot about those durn freeze plugs! Easy to check and they do fail on the WD's! Be the most likely to go quick. Easy to replace.

Dave



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john foak

03-16-2003 09:22:20




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 Re: wd 45 antifreeze pourin into oilpan in reply to Andrew k, 03-16-2003 05:41:05  
First take off valve cover and look at freeze plugs in head. I had this problem lately on a ac B I don't know if the wd head is the same ,however. Hope yoy don't have to tear it down too far.



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Dave K

03-16-2003 07:53:12




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 Re: wd 45 antifreeze pourin into oilpan in reply to Andrew k, 03-16-2003 05:41:05  
Unlimited possibilities here! Myself, I would pull the oil pan and see where the coolent is coming from. Could be bad head gasket, cracked block, bad sleeve seals. If the tractor has been running okay recently I would suspect the head gasket, compression check is quickest way to find out. If water is getting in there that fast I would be concerned about the block. You just have to get in there to see.

Dave

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