Question about Chrysler Concorde
Has oil in the radiator. and water on the oil dip stick. engine blow by pipe has exhaust
Sounds like you have a very big problem, it could be anything from a blown head gasket to a cracked block, any way very costly
Posted on Jan 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think you could be right about there being air trapped in the system.
Or the heater core(radiator) is plugged.
Either way you need a pressurized radiator coolant pump to put the coolant in without air being trapped.
Although,i have seen it done by jacking the vehicle up high enough that the radiator was now higher than the heater core level, and then the coolant was put in.
But this is dangerous to try.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Have you checked for a PCV valve plugged? Not sure if there is one an that, but would sure look for one. Crankcase ventilation somewhere.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Hi , this sound like the engine breater is blocked. You will have to remove the air filter to gain access to this item, it is secured to the rocker cover by 4 x 5mm hex bolt screws. if you need any more assistance or help to remove this part just drop me a line . hope this is of help, regards mark
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
I hate to be the one to tell you but water (coolant) is in your engine oil. The more you run your engine the more you will hurt the engine. Stop running the engine. You have eather a blown head gasket or a cracked head or both. Your engine is full of scum and must be rebuilt or replaced. All of the scum (oil and water mixed) will never come out. It washes the lube off of all you engine parts and clogs up small oiling holes.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
SOURCE: Oil sludge in radiator
The 3100 and the 3400 are noted for the intake gasket going out. You can usually see it leaking at the left front and right rear of the intake as you sit in the car. Look along the slanted area of the intake manifold where it joins with the heads. If you are tight on money, the repair is generally around 5-700 dollars, buy Bars Leak Head repair. It will take two days to fix, however if you follow the directions to the letter, you will not have the problem again. I have repaired head gaskets that were literally leaking water that you could see and two years later it is still running. Remember to follow every step on the bottle to the letter or you have wasted your time. The only one you do not have to worry about is the step where it tells you to remove the plug at the cylinder that is leaking since you are not leaking at a cylinder.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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