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Collant leak A/C B

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Ken Boyles (WI)

11-15-2003 15:52:15




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I have posted here B4 re: sleeve installation. Anyway, after replacing sleeve seals because of collant leaking into oil, I experienced severe collant leaking into #3 combustion chamber w/ engine at rest & filled w/collant. After much testing and head scratchin, I found that the #3 sleeve has a creak ~ 2" long around the top about at the height of the lip. Now after the fact, It seams that it should have been easier to find. I used powered chalk blown into the combubtion chamber w/ compressed air to trace the leak. Any way, I had searched the forum for ideas to solve this & did not see this problem specifically. So that is why I am sending this post. Friends, it's FYI. KB

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Dick L

11-16-2003 08:09:07




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 Re: Collant leak A/C B in reply to Ken Boyles (WI), 11-15-2003 15:52:15  
If you are saying that the sleeve its self is cracked thhere is only one fix and that is to replace it. If you asking what caused it I would say it would be a pretty good guess that water got into the sleeve and it froze. If it was rusted fast and some one tried to drive the piston down with a big hammer you could cause this as well. It would not happen under normal use.



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