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Oil spurt from oil dipstick

Oil surtsfrom dipstick tube, newly overhauled, oil changed all new parts

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  • reissner estanley ginez

    kia pregio 3.0, always overheating and when overhauled, oil spurts from oil dipstick, smoke comes out too from the oil filler neck

  • Vincent Competello
    Vincent Competello Apr 04, 2014

    The engine was rebuilt? When you say overheating, what happens besides the gauge rising? Is there coolant leaking?

  • reissner estanley ginez

    no leaks but consumes more than 4 liters water on short trips.

  • Vincent Competello
    Vincent Competello Apr 04, 2014

    From what you are saying, it sounds like the coolant is going eithrt into the exhaust or into the engine itself. Either way the problem is huge. If you want to repair it your self, I would recommend you have a professonal look at it because without a good hands on diagnosis what people tell you to do may lead you in the wrong direction.

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What type of vehicle do you have. Make, model, and engine size is needed to assist you.

Posted on Mar 22, 2014

  • Vincent Competello
    Vincent Competello Apr 04, 2014

    The engine was overhauled meanibg rebuilt or just repair?

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On my girlfriend's 93 (same generation), it's right in front, between the two middle exhaust manifold runners. You should see a hole in the heat shield, and the dipstick handle is right there. If the dipstick is missing, look through that hole with a flashlight and you'll see the tube there.

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