It could be a head gasket, cracked head or cracked block. also IT IS MOST LIKELY A LEAK IN THE END PORTS OF IN TAKE MANIFOLD GASKETS. WATER GOES THROUGHT THOOSE PORTS AS PART OF THE COOLING SYSTEM AND THEN INTO THE HEADS .YOU WILL HAVE TO R&R THE INTAKE,AIR CONTROLSYSTEM.AND I BELIVE THE INJECTER ASSEMBLY TO PULL THE MANIFOLD. WHILE YOUR THAT FAR.PULL OFF THE RED VALVE COVERS AND REPLACE THE GASKETS THEY ARE PERTTY CHEAP AND WORTH DOING WHILE YOUR THERE ANYWAY. YOU WILL NEED A MANUAL FOR TORQUE SPECS AND GUIDANCE.....ITS NOT HARD WITH GOOD TOOLS.IT KINDA FUN AND WOULD TAKE THE BETTER PART OF A WEEK END............OF COARSE THIS WAS NOT AS DIFFICULT ON MY 302 BOOS ENGINE AS IT WILL BE ON THE VG30E.IF YOU DO THIS JOB CONSIDER REMOVING THE HOOD ITS ONLY 6 BOLTS AND WEIGHS ABOUT 20 LBS.MY HOOD ON MY 91 MAX IS ALLWAYS UN BOLTED.I DONT LIKE WEARING A HELMET WHEN FIXING MY RIDE.....................HOPE THIS HELPS.......BUDDY MACK....... update.....I WAS AT U PULL IT TODAY AND THE HAD THE OPROTUNITY TO LOOK IN DETAIL AT THE ENGINE .SOMEONE HAD REMOVED THE INTAKE ASSEMBLEY AND MANIFOLD TO TAKE THE "...HEADS"...THERE ARE NO PORTS ON THE ENDS OF THE MANIFOLD ON THIS ONE .IT WAS A 1993 WITH A VG30E MOTOR. FROM WHAT I SAW IT WOULD BE THE HEAD GASKET,OR CRACKED HEAD THOOSE ARE THE ONLY LIKELY PLACES WERE WATER COULD EVEN GET IN.THE WATER PUMP MOUNTING AREA IS ISOLATED FROM THE BLOCK AND UNLESS ITS CRACK NO WATER COULD GET IN.ALL THE BEST.......BUDDY MACK
No, it is not. Oil and water do not mix. If you pour oil into water, the oil will float to the surface. If you pour water into oil, the water will sink to the bottom and the oil will float on top.
When oil is added to water the oil will remain on the surface of the water, separate from the water. Water has a higher density then the oil.
Oil and water can't mix. They won't go together. The oil with just sit it the water or on top of the oil the water.
When you mix oil and water the oil rises to the top. Oil and water do not mix together because of their make up, so when you put oil in water, the oil will rise to the top of the water.
To desolve the oil in the water is to put soap to dissolve the oil in the water.
Water and olive oil are not miscible.
because oil is insoluble in water and it is lighter the oil floats on the water
oil and water never mix together. water is heavier than oil. so,oil float on the water.
It forms a layer on top of the water. Water does not dissolve oil since water is polar and oil is not. The oil is ontop of the water since it is less dense than the water.
Water is not heavier then oil. Oil is less dense then water which is why it floats on top of water.
If you want to know if there is water in your oil you can tell by pulling the oil dipstick and if the oil is white then there is water in your oil. oil with water in it turns white... it looks foamy and almost the consistancy of a milkshake.
Water is heavier than oil, so oil floats on top of water.
no oil and water do not mix
Water and oil are not miscible.
water is renewable but not oil.
Water and oil is a heterogeneous mixture. Oil can be separated from water via specific methods. That's why a combination of water and oil is heterogeneous.
Oil is less dense than water. That is why oil floats on water.
Oil does not mix with water, not even salty sea water.
When it comes to cars, oil and water don't mix. Oil has its own reservoir as does water.
Water is heavier than oil. Oil floats on water.
Oil and water separate because oil is less dense than water. Because of this density, oil is 'lighter' than water, and floats on top of it.
No. The oil should drain off of the water. Water and oil don't mix, so there would be no contamination. If there is something else mixed with the oil, though, it can possibly mix with the water.
oil gets on top of water and oil is flamable
No we cannot mix water with oil.
oil can sink in water by cooking it