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Can there be an antifreeze leak from the intake manifold but not any antifreeze mixed in with the engine oil?

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2015-07-15 18:43:28
2015-07-15 18:43:28

there can be a leak from the intake manifold without any antifreeze mixing with your oil, i personally experienced this problem on a 1986 sentra after a changed the head gasket, i apparently had scaped a little to hard on the intake when cleaning it for new gaskets. if its a small leak it would probably just be evaporating in the combustion chamber, but it can and probably will become a problem that needs attention quickly. have a trusted mechanic take a look at it as soon as possible, maybe have them do a compression check to see if there are any possible leaks. well good luck

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