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ENG WAS OVERHEATING - PRESS TEST & REBUILT HEAD, TORQUED TO SPECS.NO MORE O/HEATING. NOW HAS WATER IN OIL PAN. THERE IS NO OIL COOLER ON THIS ENG. ANY SUGGESTIONS.
You probably have an intake gasket, is it running real rough?
or its the head gasket leaking and if you have gotten the head pretty hot it may be cracked?
Posted on Apr 06, 2015
Testimonial: "head has been rebuilt, pressure tested and surfaced ground. Engine runs well now, no overheating just water in the oil pan. the only possible place for the water to get into the pan as far as I can tell is the oil port between the block and head. asince the head has been ground and new gasket I cannot see how this is possible other than a cracked block. I guess i will have to pressure test the block??"
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