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We just changed the intake manifold gasket on our 96 Jimmy and have completed 5 oil and filter changes. The oil is still draining out milky. About how many more changes should we do?

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  • d_suckling Oct 08, 2010

    If the gaskets are new, where would it be leaking at?

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Your intake is leaking, .it does happen ,please dont drive the Jimmy,because the antifreeze will distroy your bearings,

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  • d_suckling Oct 08, 2010

    If the gaskets are new, where would it be leaking at?

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