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300 leaking water in a bad, bad place

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doug vose

07-23-2001 21:57:48




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i purchased a 300 that had sit quite a few years(without a muffler or cap) and before i tore anything off of it (with the exception of the tinwork) I took the oil drain plug off and poured water in the radiater to see if there was a leak in the block somewhere, but instead of the water coming out of the oil drain, it came out of a small hole in the exhaust manifold. i then took out the spark plugs and noticed that the no. 3 cylinder was full off the water i had just put in the radiater. now, to get to the question, is it a crack in the cylinder, the head, or just a bad head gasket?

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2ulew

07-23-2001 22:18:46




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 Re: 300 leaking water in a bad, bad place in reply to doug vose, 07-23-2001 21:57:48  
Doug, Run the wet piston to TDC and if the water runs into the pan then it is a problem in the cylinder wall. If it still runs in above the piston it is gasket or head problem most likely.
Good luck Lew



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