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1996 Buick LeSabre coolant sucked into engine

The second time this has happened in less than five years! The first time it happened I believe they replaced the plenum and spark plugs. Is this going to be a reoccuring problem with this engine?

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  • Timmy Jul 23, 2012

    1998 same problem, cost me $785.54 Engineering problem should be a call back

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Sounds like a leaking intake manifold gasket to me. VERY common with these engines. Are you having to add coolant quite frequently?

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