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How do you flush sealant from the engine?

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2008-01-15 17:04:22
2008-01-15 17:04:22

I dont think you can flush sealent from the engine unless its disasembled and possibly hot tanked. The sealent is going to be hard to break down without drastic measures in most cases. Hot tanking the engine uses either a type of corosive chemical or it uses very hot water and soap. The chemical hot tank is becoming less comon because the chemicals are dangerous and almost not worth using because of cost. The block is the most important because you dont want any oil ports blocked or any new parts are going to end up wearing out without the oil lubricating the bearings. Otherwise be carefull when using sealent and clean all excess with a rag or towel

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