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1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator)

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coyfarm

02-09-2019 09:38:14




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Great board you have here! Have an 1800C diesel and getting oil floating to top of coolant in radiator. Flushed it out and keeps coming back after some time. Engine was majored about about 20 yrs and 1200 hrs ago and no issues until recently. No coolant in crank case. Runs like new. Thanks guys!




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Married2Allis

02-18-2019 14:34:37




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
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May the Schwiebert be with you.



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coyfarm

02-14-2019 09:46:17




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
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Gary..not as hard as we used to. Mainly mixer mill and cutting/baling.



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gary66

02-10-2019 13:59:16




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
how hard do you use it and how far is the walk home if it causes a problem?



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bison

02-09-2019 12:20:41




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThat defies logic. Coolant is under pressure,..crankcase is not.

I think it is a head gasket issue at the hollow head bolt that supplies oil to the valve rockers.



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coyfarm

02-09-2019 12:30:29




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to bison, 02-09-2019 12:20:41  
An Oliver guy told me that head gasket problems OR liner O-rings would cause it. Was leery of the o-ring theory, but as J. Schwiebert mentioned, could be possible. Thanks for your reply!



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J. Schwiebert

02-09-2019 12:12:50




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
Well I have not heard that problem in a few years! You may not believe my answer either but the problem is that oil leaking past the main bearings is being pushed past the cylinder sealing O-rings.



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coyfarm

02-09-2019 12:23:11




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-09-2019 12:12:50  
J. Schwiebert I will believe you. Could you please explain the theory behind this?



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J. Schwiebert

02-09-2019 13:49:24




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 12:23:11  
My e-mail is open. Send me one and include your phone number. J.



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coyfarm

02-09-2019 14:39:16




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-09-2019 13:49:24  
Done. Thanks!



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coyfarm

02-09-2019 11:08:46




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
Thanks for your reply! No Hydra-Power Drive.



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ejr-Ia.

02-09-2019 10:25:56




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 Re: 1800C OIL IN COOLANT(radiator) in reply to coyfarm, 02-09-2019 09:38:14  
Does it have the hydrapower cooler it may be leaking into the radiator.



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