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case 1070 coolant in engine oil

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ccks

11-17-2013 13:02:39




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I have been running my 1070 doing light fence work this fall, so not used hard. I left to go move hay this afternoon and the temp. gauge ran right on up. Got back home without running to the red. Let it cool enough to open radiator cap. Added coolant and it still steamed good, but also got steam out of the breather tube from the heads. Checked oil and it was about 2 gallons over when I drained it. Any ideas where to start to diagnose this? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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ccks

11-18-2013 11:56:22




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
It"s parked and drained. Hope to drop pan tonight and pressurize the cooling system tomorrow. I will let you know what I find.



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ccks

11-19-2013 10:10:51




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-18-2013 11:56:22  
I pressurized the system this morning to 13# and immediately started getting coolant from inside the front cylinder. It is above the piston as even at TDC it is coming from around the piston. Guess I will be pulling the head and see what I find. Jason



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ccks

11-19-2013 11:24:15




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-19-2013 10:10:51  
I stand corrected.....pin hole in the sleeve. Took me a little while to nail it down, but still running a steady stream.



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brokengun

11-18-2013 10:53:04




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
I had something happen like that 30 yrs ago to a D17 allis.

I thought I would be smart and run it for a while with water since it was in the summer.

Needless to say the bearings and the crank were lost.

My problem was a pin hole that opened up in a cheap new sleeve.

Yes I bought the tractor with a fresh over-haul and a new sleeve had a pin hole in it, that opened up about 50 hours after I bought the tractor

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scott mcintosh

11-17-2013 19:17:18




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
You better park that baby and drop pan or you will have major crank and bearing trouble.Just put 4400.00 last winter in my 1370 motor for that very same reason.Scott



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jon f mn

11-17-2013 17:05:02




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
Just did a 2394 a couple weeks ago was the same way, nothing one day and full of antifreeze the next. On that one it was a sleeve o-ring and broken rings that gave it a lot of blowby.



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Adirondack cas guy

11-17-2013 16:35:34




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
You have a big problem that didn't start today, if you have 2 gals. of antifreez in the pan.
My first thought would be a badly blown head gasket, but bad O-rings on sleeve/s, cracked sleeve, or electrolisis, could be issues, That is waaay to much coolant leakage for a failure as I described, if you did regular checks of oil and coolant levels. Sounds like you just turn the key to start and if it goes great. From your description those days are done.
Loren.

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casetrader

11-17-2013 15:52:56




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
Drop the pan, fill it w/water or antifreeze press. radiator put cardboard under block and u should find the right hole my money is on pin hole in liner.from there it is your call,one liner kit,all 6,bearings,reuse,i've done them all.



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j hikemper

11-17-2013 15:16:10




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
2 gallons over full ???!!...was antifreeze in that MIX ??!! . if antifreeze hit your bearings..most will insist park it and tear it down now . and I would agree ..however if you are a prayin man ,, best get started prayin ,.you can try lucas oil stabilizer and sealer on that bad sleeve o ring you can also try napa d I k e ,, that stuff worx with antifreeze ,, you can try bars leak ,,, if you are lucky, God mite grant you a Miracle ,, let us know how it goes

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JW

11-17-2013 13:12:34




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 Re: case 1070 coolant in engine oil in reply to ccks, 11-17-2013 13:02:39  
O ring on a sleeve leaking most likely



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