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How come my vehicle is pouring water from radiator into crankcase

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  • Rod Kowald Apr 18, 2014

    Hi Josh Casey, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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You have three possibilities if there is oil in the water. A blown head gasket, cracked block, crack in cylinder head.

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  2. Close the drain **** and add one gallon of boiling water.
  3. Pour in one pound of baking soda.
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If that didn't do the job, you are going to have it boiled out at your local radiator shop. The cost will be approx. $30.

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Get a 50/50 premix solution (or mix it yourself, but you should use distilled water) and pour it into the overflow tank. It's the white/clear plastic jug, I believe on the passenger side of your car.

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Test thermostat in a jug and pour boiling water on it , it should compress meaning it works. Check that the waterpunp is operating pushing water into the engine .Check that radiator water flows to the watrpump. Is tension of fanbelt of waterpump sufficient that it doenst slip. Lastly check that the radiator fan is working if has a electric fan. if this doesn’t help check if radiator or engine water passages isn’t blocked.

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heat temperature evaporates water, therefore the water level will decrease on a more than daily basis as the vehicle is used. This is just one of the reasons for water loss (or usage). The radiotor drain plug migh be loose or worn. the plug is a white plastic like bolt on the base side of the radiator. Some hoses may be loose, worn or broken. the radiator itself may have a leak somewhere within the accordions. pour in some radiator stop leak.
also try coolant instead of water; coolant has a less evaporative density than water.

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