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What happen to the engine when it start allowing water to mix with the oil?

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2009-12-07 05:10:52
2009-12-07 05:10:52

You have a blown head gasket.

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Start the engine. The water will evaporate from the heat generated by the engine.


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pull the spark plug out and start turning the engine over and watch the water fly!


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Thermostat probably needs replacing They can stick not allowing enough water to flow around the engine block If the engine overheats it can warp the head or blow the head gasket


Do you have an exhaust leak? Do you happen to have have an exhaust leak or a damaged water pump bearing?


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