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Ford 6610 oil in radiator

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mikewood869

05-31-2019 09:38:27




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I wipe off the radiator cap every once and a while. I m guessing the motor went porous. Would that be the block or the head? I ve said before that it also goes through antifreeze, but there s none in the oil pan yet. Right now it has been getting distilled water since the temperature is warmer out. The last few times have been antifreeze about three or so cups added.

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mikewood869

05-31-2019 12:15:19




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 Re: Ford 6610 oil in radiator in reply to mikewood869, 05-31-2019 09:38:27  
Did the head gasket almost a year ago.



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Bern

05-31-2019 15:11:46




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 Re: Ford 6610 oil in radiator in reply to mikewood869, 05-31-2019 12:15:19  
I should have been more clear on my statement about head gasket failures. When I said that it's rare that they fail, it was with reference to oil and water swapping, and/or fire ring failures. It IS rather common for them to leak water and/or oil externally down the side of the block, but that usually only creates a visual problem and not much more.



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Bern

05-31-2019 12:13:37




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 Re: Ford 6610 oil in radiator in reply to mikewood869, 05-31-2019 09:38:27  
Oil in the water is most likely an oil cooler failure. A porous block almost always puts water in the oil. Head gasket failures are virtually non-existent in those engines.



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Sean in PA

05-31-2019 10:46:24




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 Re: Ford 6610 oil in radiator in reply to mikewood869, 05-31-2019 09:38:27  
Could be the head gasket or it could be pinholes in the cylinder walls from cavitation.



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