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MITsubishi L200 RUNNING ON OWN OIL

BROUGHT THIS L200 ON THE CHEAP WITH A CRACKED CYLINDER HEAD REPLACED HEAD THEN LET IT RUN UP ON THE RIVE AND IT RAN ON ITS OWN OIL TURNED IT OFF STRAIGHT AWAY REMOVED PIPES LOOKED LIKE THE TURBO HAD GONE SEND IT AWAY THEY SAID THE SEAL WAS SHOT SO OK PAY 500 FOR ARECON ONE. FIT IT ALL BACK UP DOES THE SAME THING THOUGHT IT WAS TURBO THEY SAY IT IS OK. FIT IT BACK TOGETHER AND FOUND WHEN I SWITCHED IT OFF THERE WAS A GARGALING NOISE FROM THE ENGINE REMOVE OIL FILLER CAP AND IT WOULOD GET A BIT LOUDER THEN STOP RUN IT UP AGAIN FOR 5 MIN SAME THING. FOUN IT WAS BLOWING OIL UP THE BREATHER AND INTO THE TURBO. NOW IS THIS BECAUSE A POOR MACHINED CYLINDER HEAD **** MACHINED HEAD GASKET NOT ALLOWING OIL TO REURN TO THE SUMP QUICKER ENOUGH IT IS GETTING UP THERE BUT NOT GETTING RETURNING. WHEN IT IS RUNNIN U CAN TAKE THE CAP OFF AND THERE IS **** LOADS OF OIL IN THERE. PLEASE SOMBODY HELP ME ...........

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  • carlshacklef Apr 25, 2009

    when i remove the dipstick there is oil spitting out of the dipstick at a fast rate is this normal or not 


    checked all pipes on oil filter housing none of them are blocked.
     is there any other breatheres on the engine that cold be blocked
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  • carlshacklef Apr 26, 2009

    on further investigation. got my uncle to come up with his l200 took off the rocker cover to find that the holes in the cylinder were no where near the size they should be on the return of the oil to the block that is why the head is filling up with the oil. thanks for your input. carl


    looks like the head people are going to have a nice bill for the turbo and the remove and fit of the head again.

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Hi r u sure the head gasket is the correct way ive seen this before and the oil holes dont line up, which engine is it u have i got plenty in pieces so i cann see whats the easiest way out of this.

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What about blow-by gas? Has it got excessive pressure? you can determine this by pulling the distick out while engine is running and check the pressure of the gas.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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    Armel Aubeelack Apr 26, 2009

    Did you compare the Head gasket wih the one that was on before? If it's the right one then I'm afraid that the blow-by gases are excessive and you'll be looking at a rebuild...

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi L200 overheating

i have an l200 animal, i started getting the same symptoms, bubbling noises, over heating, water being discharged into the header tank, i had a good look around the engine,there was no oil in the water or water in the oil ( signs of head gasket failure) when the radiator cap was off and i revved hard nothing happened, no dip in water levels and no splashing out. i took the water pump off and the impellor had sheered off the shaft. fitted a new pump and its been fine, maybe all these cracked cylinder heads and warped heads are to do with the engine being run with the fault not being cured.

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