Question about 1998 Kia Sportage
Do a compression check. If you have a cylinder that is a lot higher in compression than the rest you will need a new head gasket at the least. If there is water in your oil your going to be rebuilding your motor. If there is oil in the radiator you will be rebuilding your motor. In either case you need to flux the motor to make sure you don't have a cracked Cylinder wall. If there is no water on the passenger side it probably isn't the heater core which is the next place to look.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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