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Engine overheats; oil overflow leak

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You might need to have your cooling system bled, to get all the air out of it. That gurgling is probably just air being pushed in to the overflow tank. Not to much to worry about though.

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Sounds like you have a crack head,if so,you will need another motor.Find a reputable engine installer and have them check the problem out and go from there.

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Time for Intake Gaskets and possibly head gaskets, very common problem with these, the intake gaskets go bad and the coolant actually burns in the cylinder and of course the cylinder pumps air into the coolant system because of intake gaskets being bad. :-(

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