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Water in oil

The dealer suggests that a cylinder liner may have shifted. symtoms suggest blown head gasket

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Sounds like a blown head gasket.

Posted on Dec 07, 2012

  • Rocky Wied
    Rocky Wied Dec 07, 2012

    What in the hell did i tell them guy?

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