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Water comming out of oil filter

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Lance

06-08-2003 12:39:03




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I just had the block on my model c cleaned and checked for cracks. None found. Had new sleeve seals put in. Put engine back togather and ready to go but found water leaking out of the hole where the oil filter bolts on. Where is this comming from? What now?

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Sid

06-09-2003 21:15:01




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 Re: Water comming out of oil filter in reply to Lance , 06-08-2003 12:39:03  
Are you talking about the threaded hole that the bolt itself threads into ? If so go ahead and bolt things up you may have to use some sealant on the threads. If I understand you right this is not a problem.



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dave k

06-09-2003 11:23:28




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 Re: Water comming out of oil filter in reply to Lance , 06-08-2003 12:39:03  
If you are getting water in the oil could be one of the sleeve seals is leaking or the head gasket. Not sure of your description of where that water is coming from.

Dave



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wdTom

06-09-2003 17:44:20




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 Re: Re: Water comming out of oil filter in reply to dave k, 06-09-2003 11:23:28  
Always check freeze plugs in top of head.



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Lance

06-10-2003 20:05:07




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 Re: Re: Re: Water comming out of oil filter in reply to wdTom, 06-09-2003 17:44:20  
Thanks for the info. Turns out that there were small holes in two of the freeze plugs that I did not see earlier. Replaced these and solved the problem. Thank you.

Lance



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