Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have found oil in the water tunk bud the engine temperature is normal and there is not water in the oil of the engine and the transmition
it will get worse if #1
if #2, go to any real auto shop, ASE shop and get a full flush and fill
to get that gunk out of your engine.
or ask them to do the rad leak down test or exhaust fumes in RAD test.
if all tests pass , its a long distance runner... if not , not.
Posted on Apr 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Found hints on VolkswagenTalk.com suggesting to check inside engine oil cap. If you find foam (some call it ice-cream) Cylinder head gasket is blown. Went checked, and actually found ice-cream on it. Credit to Hillbill, Man you Rock!
I am now doing pressure test, but no wapping has been detected..problem was just in its early stages. on my way to get a metal gasket, and replace. Cheerz!
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: ROVER 214i When idling coolant
This is often indicative of a failed head gasket, exhaust gasses could be getting into the coolant from one of the cylinders, it is quite common on this engine.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Generally that smell is caused by an oil leak that is getting on either the exhaust pipe or manifold (doesn't take much to smell). As far as bottle getting low, I've got a 93 that never stays full but only needs coolant in the radiator about once every two months. Been like that for two or three years and has never overheated. I'm sure there is a small leak somewhere, but I'm not driving myself crazy looking for it. Check all hose connections, and look on the ground after being parked overnight...If it's leaking, something will show up. But if the radiator is staying full, just check it when checking oil level.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Look for a loose connection to the temperature sender unit on the motor.
If all connections OK, you may need a new temp sender unit.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
No, you can flush system with oil after doing repairs. Just ad oil as you would normally do on service then run car for 30 mins to hr then dump oil and change filter. Should be fine. Yes hope that it is a intake gasket.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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