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SOURCE: My H2 is making Chocolate Milk Coolant!

The radiator has an internal trans cooler that must be leaking, the radiator needs to be replaced and the cooling system flushed of all the trans fluid. Usually the radiator hoses and hoses going to the heater core will need to be replaced because the trans fluid will soften the rubber and make them swell. Good luck, Honda Al

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: my engine oil looks like chocolate milke shake

In some cases I have seen blown intake manifold gaskets cause a milkshake in the crankcase inspect the lower intake gaskets coolant passages at the end of the cylinder heads for damage. I would suggest a compression test and a cylinder leak down test befor further tear down.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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SOURCE: transmission fluid look like chocolate milk

do a filter change ,or beeter yet go to trans shop let them do it and flush and filter system

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Why does the radiator fluid in my 1991 buick regal

1-If you open your oil cap and seeing a milky stuff at the inside cap, then there is a leak in head gasket. coolant mixed with oil through head gasket leak then vaporize leaving the milky stuff at your cap. 2-If you don't see it then there is possible transmission get into water. When you are running, the pressure from transmission is higher than coolant pressure so it leaks into your coolant thru transmission cooling coil in the radiator. 3-Need to address this as soon as possible since chance of car not running in the middle of a trip is high also consequences of problems are more costly. Good luck.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Oil leak on KX85 - looks like gasket pinched from

you will need a new gasket

Posted on Apr 09, 2010

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Ingredients:
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Basically you just want to melt your chocolate on the stove in a double boiler if possible.
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Pour the melted chocolate into the fountain base and turn on the fountain for a few minutes. Then shut it off for a minute to allow it to vent any air and restart.

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