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Im working on a 2000 land rover discovery w/4.0 engine had blown head gasket , had heads surfaced and presure tested ,and still getting water in the oil?? is there a cooler or some thing ,i should be looking at . i have the intake off again and i filled the engine with water from the head water ports and the water leval dos not go down . but if i fill the resavore its emty in a couple days when not running the engine .....what can i check any ideas??

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Did you bleed the cooling system - that's usually why level drops at "Fill tank". It's not an overflow reservoir, coolant actually circulates through the tank. I would pressure test the cooling system, maybe intake is leaking or there's a crack in block. (Note: these motors are sleeved and have been known to have sleeves drop) - here for your ref: download this service manual - "RAVE" (Rover Bible) http://www.landroverresource.com/

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