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Head gasket changed but coolant overflowing into exhaust pipe

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If you didnt have the head checked for cracks or to make sure it wasnt "warped" then that could cause the problem.also most cars have a multiple step process to torque the head to dealer specs.

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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SOURCE: EXHAUST LEAK INTO COOLING SYSTEM?

i assume its a 4 cyl?? will this car ever overheat if just sitting idle? when it begins to overheat, hows the heat in the cab? sounds like maybe the radiator is partially clogged or restricted somehow. i would change the radiator cap and make sure the overflow is set to proper level. (incl. radiator level) i wouldnt jump to headgasket just yet, they are pretty durable from what ive seen

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SOURCE: white smoke or steam coming out of exhaust pipe,

Its funny that everyone has solved the problem without any answers to critical questions. In this case, everyone is right and everyone is wrong. ONLY careful testing and observation will determine if there is an actual problem. I do not solve problems just to be first. Even in a hands-on situation I refuse to jump to conclusions before testing, otherwise you run the risk of at best, "chasing your tail" or at worst, tearing into a perfectly good engine to prove nothing!!!
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Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: pajero diesel 2800 radiator coolant overflows, engine temp. up

REMOVE RAD CAP AND RUN ENGINE AT 3000RPM WITH ALL HEATERS ON SOUNDS LIKE AIR LOCK, ALSO CHECK IF HOSES ARE HOT

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I have oil in my coolant overflow tank. Is this a

Here is the way to find out pull your spark plug put out and bring each cylinder tdc and put 50 psi air in that cylinder remove radiator cap and check for bubbles do this to all cylinders,if no bubbles I would be checking to see if that engine has a oil cooler that could leak oil into your coolant,some mercededs had oil cooler,

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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The engine is 4d33, now there is a heavy mixing of oil in the engine but no oil found in the radiator, when ur pouring water in the radiator it's not getting full whilst it is running


Blown Head Gasket Symptoms:
  • Coolant leaking externally from bellow the exhaust manifold.
  • White smoke from the exhaust pipe.
  • Overheating engine.
  • Bubbles in the radiator or coolant overflow tank.
  • White milky oil.
  • Significant loss of coolant with no visible leaks.

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Why coolant recovery tank overflow after driving 15-20 minutes?


Coolant system problem

Like a stuck thermostat or
failed head gasket

Something is either restricted or causing
an over heating issues, that pushes coolant
back to the tank

Can be thermostat,head gasket,timing belt,
blocked exhaust converter,water pump

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Dumping coolant out of the exhaust pipe


  • coolant from exhaust indicates a blown head gasket or a cracked head on the block

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Changed the radiator and now i have overflow issues


If you are sure there are no leaks, you could have air in the cooling system and it is slowly bleeding off. Which would require you to refill the tank.
Leaks could include a head gasket which would allow coolant to be burned out the exhaust pipe and not be visible.

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Why is water shooting out of the cooling system overflow reservoir?


Sniff around the coolant reservoir for the scent of exhaust fumes and check the color of the coolant in the reservoir.
If you see discoloration or smell 'exhaust' type fumes, you may have a blown head gasket.

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Well i did the batt and the alt to now i have a los of coolant and now i have water form the tail pipe what is it


not a complete history in your brief 'sentence', but water from the exhaust is either condensation whick is normal, or you have a blown head gasket or worse (cracked head or block) which is going to be very expensive to fix. If it is not overheating too, you have nothing to worry about, if it is you need to get the car to someone who can do a compression test and cylinder and/or coolant leakdown test to determine the extent of the damage.

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When i checked oil it looked milky


water or coolant is getting in oil. could be a bad head gasket. If the coolant level continues to drop, but there are no signs of coolant leaks on the ground or from the exhaust pipe, there is a good chance that coolant is entering crankcase and mixing in with the oil. check head gasket and manifold gasket for leaks.

Mar 30, 2011 | 1995 Pontiac Bonneville

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Engine overheats


Uh oh...You may have the Ventures infamous head gasket/intake manifold gasket failure. First check your coolant level,not just in the bottle but in the radiator itself. Change your radiator cap. Make sure the rubber hose leading from the overflow tank to the radiator neck is not kinked and allows water to flow in both directions, not just into the bottle under pressure. Dex-Cool is very sensitive to exposure to air and tends to clog the system if air is allowed in. If you are low in coolant, flush out the system and from my experience I would change over to good old green coolant and change it every 30-40K. If your coolant level isn't low you may have a stuck thermostat (located sideways under the throttle body) or head gasket problem. A cheap check for a head gasket leak thats still small is to open up the radiator on the engine while its cold and start it up. A bad head gasket will send exhaust into the water jacket which will force the water to bubble up the radiator neck before the engine is even warm. A bad intake manifold will burn antifreeze out your exhaust and drain your radiator without any sign of a leak.

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Head gasket


Typical symptoms of a blown headgasket may include: -bubbles of air coming up into your radiator (remove cap before starting) -leaking radiator -milkshake colored oil -overheating -rough running -coolant or oil running from head -spark plug(s) that have a green tint (if green coolant). -white colored or sweet smelling exhaust, white smoke of your tail pipe, or loosing coolant through your overflow

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Its over heats and i put water every one or two days today i notice that a white clear container by the water hose is empty and greasy


Look at the oil on the dipstick. If its milky you have a head gasket issue. Also if you can make it to a smog machine they can sniff the coolant fumes to see if gas is in the coolant. Head Gasket again. Any repair shop has a chemical that can test for gas in the coolant also.

The theory here is if your losing water and none is leaking on the ground its got to be going into the cylinder and getting pushed out the exhaust pipe.

Now if its just overheating you may have a stuck thermostat or clogged radiator or a coolang fan that dlesnt turn on when commanded by the computer.Also if its just overheating and the water lost is going on the ground somewhere then you may not have a head gasket issue.

I just did a head gasket on a Honda because as the engine was warming up the overfill bottle would fill up and overflow. The combustion pressure was leaking into the coolant and pushing the coolant out.

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