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Heatacor leaking water into the car

Just had a new radiatir installed & a oil leak repair

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SOURCE: told by repair shop at oil change that low intake gasket leaks

If it is an Intake Leak then it must be on the inlet manifold which has nothing to do with oil

That should make the engine a bit noiser but not cause it to lose fliuds.

It could affect your fuel consuption by getting the wrong mix and I suppose worst case scenario the air is not being drawn through the Air Filter to clean it before it hits the cylinders

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Oil leaks

you have to closely inspect the motor and the gaskets, the intake gasket often leeks oil, as does a head gasket, if you cant find anything on the lower end of the motor neaqr the pans, that would be the things i looked into next

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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? Identify the fluid, determine whether it is engine oil, automatic transmission fluid, power steering fluid, etc.
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The Powder Method

? Clean the suspected area.
? Apply an aerosol-type powder, e.g., face powder, to the suspected area.
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? Visually inspect the suspected component. You should be able to trace the leak path over the white powder surface to the source.


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if the shop wont stand by their work & see whats leaking after they serviced ur car,,there should be a warranty on parts & labor,,,is it a private repair shop or national chain u could call corporate,,& see what they will do for u,,

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