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Hi hi there is water getting in the oil have put new head on and gasket, do you now how this could happen,is there a frost plug behind water pump or timing gear? cheers
If you over heated the engine you could have a warped engine blockor a crack or did not properly install new head gasket .did you properly torque down the head bolts?
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since there is way more pressure from the oil pump than there is pressure in the cooling system oil can leak into the cooling system and coolant not leak back due to the pressure differential.It is very easy to have a head gasket leaking and not see where the leak was with a visual inspection after disassembly. I would inspect the head for cracks and if it is ok clean the block and head and have the head checked for warpage and if it is ok replace the head gasket and you should be good to go.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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