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ron

04-26-2003 20:00:39




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I had someone tell me that if you add 1 cup of motor oil to the cooling system it will keep your water pump lubricated and never have trouble. Comments anyone?




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Fiction.................TimK

04-28-2003 11:20:26




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 Re: Fact or Fiction in reply to ron, 04-26-2003 20:00:39  
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junior

04-27-2003 13:38:20




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 Re: Fact or Fiction in reply to ron, 04-26-2003 20:00:39  
I dont believe you should put motor oil anywhere but the crankcase. Did you ask this misinformed individual if he does the same thing with his automobile?



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paul

04-27-2003 08:44:04




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 Re: Fact or Fiction in reply to ron, 04-26-2003 20:00:39  
Bad idea for several reasons. Oil & water don't mix. You'll never be able to sell it, folks will figure a blown head gasket.

A can of coolant lubricant is cheap at the supply store, & will actually do a good job without the milky mess & bubbles & foam.

--->Paul



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tlak

04-27-2003 03:54:20




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 Re: Fact or Fiction in reply to ron, 04-26-2003 20:00:39  
That much will turn your coolant milky. You can buy water pump lubricant.



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Gary-Miss

04-27-2003 12:06:26




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 Re: Re: Fact or Fiction in reply to tlak, 04-27-2003 03:54:20  
The bearings in water pumps are sealed from the water. A tablespoon or less of brake fluid will lubricate the seal. A change of antifreeze is better, though.



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