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After water got in the engine oil what is best to use to clean up the inside of the engine?


There is nothing that you can use to absorb the water that can get everywhere because the absorbent on the markets are not of the right viscosity to reduce friction while the engine is running. The engine has to be running to get the solution everywhere. For example WD 40 is actually water displacer. Can you use it for lube? NO, it is to light weight and too expensive, Another water absorber is alcohol (ethanol) but it is too light. The answer is to drain the oil that is present, change it and run the engine to operating temperature. This will heat everything to the boiling point of the water and it will turn to steam. Leave the engine fill cap for the oil off, and after running it for about 30 minutes, you should change the oil again. You can use diesel fuel in the oil if you want to attempt to flush any globes out that the water may have created but don't put more than 1qt of diesel fuel in the engine and make sure that the level is not too high. In other words if the engine takes 4 qts of oil, use 3 and add the diesel. Run it and 30 minutes later, drain it.

Sep 29, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How long can a musso 622 engine run without water


Hi Stefan:
I would not even consider trying to run the engine without coolant.
Diesel engines run hot and the engine will be ruined if run without coolant.

Sep 18, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Over heating flush it out cant get filled back up


If you have a back flush kit on the engine, use it to fill the engine. It will help push air pockets out of the block. Fill it with water, then run the engine until the t/stat opens and air is pushed into the radiator. Add water until the radiator is full. Run engine long enough to be sure there are no more air pockets in the block. Let engine cool a while then let water out of the drain petcock until enough water is let out to make room for antifreeze. Add antifreeze then run engine until t/stat opens again . Top off radiator with more antifreeze.

Aug 08, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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There is brown sludge in radiator what is the cause do you think


The sludge is due to rust in the cooling system due to lack of maintinance, you will need to have the system flushed, you will need to remove the upper and lower hoses from the engine and run the water hose through the radiator first, you will need to do this a few times, then the next thing would be to remove the thermostant and run water throught the engine, the water will go in from the top, star the engine while water is flowing through the engine dont let engine run to long it will overheat, let it run for about 2 min at a time, then with the thermostat out install the housing and connect hoses, pour some cooling system cleaner into radiator and run engine for about 20 min, then flush out again, then refill and run again with water and then drain it out and fill with coolant, make sure that the coolant is mixed 50/50 coolant and water, you will notice that after it runs for a while it will turn brown again due to build up in radiator and engine, there is nothing you can do about that but atleast the coolant will be good and stop the internal gaskets and radiator from rusting out, you will what to do this again in 6 months to get it cleaner. good day. hope this helps.

Oct 17, 2011 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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03 mk4 vw golf 1.6 petrol 143000kms new tbelt and water pump and thermostat fitted 12 months ago. Fans running full time when engine is running. Overheats when engine is running at low speed ok at high...


Water pump is bad because overheats when engine is running at low speed, and good at high rev. The water pump impeller can not push the coolant with the required pressure.

Apr 19, 2011 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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Water in oil


Possible failure of Engine head- if there is mis firing in the cylinder.
Possible faiilure of the water jackets to the main outlet.
Possible problem in the water pump section.
So if your engine seems to fire and work fine the leak is somwhere in the engine jackets but in both the cases it needs immediate attention, to remove and identify before you have a costly maintenance.

Aug 28, 2010 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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My son's car overheated. Went to get some anti


The overheating is caused by the sludge. It is very easy to correct this problem. Remove the radiator cap and open the drain valve at the bottom of radiator. If possible, remove the reservoir and flush out with water. Make sure to get all sludge out of reservoir, then reinstall. Once the radiator stops draining, insert water hose (without nozzle) and turn water on. Keep the drain valve open. Run water through radiator until it runs clear. Once it runs clear, start the engine and let it run while keeping the water running through radiator. Allow engine to run until the thermostat opens up. Continue running water through radiator with engine running until the water from drain runs clear. Once you have done that, turn off the engine. Close the drain valve and refill radiator with proper mixture of coolant and water. Once radiator is filled, start engine and let circulate through engine. Coolant level will drop as the coolant starts circulating. Shut off engine and top off radiator. Fill the reservoir with the required amount of coolant. Testing the coolant at least once a year will help prevent this from happening again. Coolant should be replace a minimum of five years, less if coolant bottle specifies.

Jun 20, 2010 | 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Runs fine til the temp out gets hot enough then dies. Wait ten mins and it will start again and run for a few mins then dies again


you didn't say if it was hot on the temp gauge? no matter, it sounds like you have a stuck t-stat. when the engine is cold, a mechanical valve keeps the water from coming out of the engine block until warmed up, then opens and lts the cooler water in. this cools down the engine and the colder temp of the water shuts the valve again. this happens constantly while the engine runs, and if your t-stat is stuck, the engine heats up the water in the block, but with nowhere to go, simply overheats the motor. a good repair book will locate the thermostat housing for you and should you the repair procedure. (i assume you have checked the water in the rad. low water will give you same symptoms). good luck.

Jun 10, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet Express

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Yamaha 1200 wave runner water in the cylinders


It could be. Do a compression test to ensure that each cylinder is achieving compression, and ensure that the engine does not make awkward noises during cranking.

If the engine was stopped manually, chances are it was not affected at all by the water. Change the oil, however.

Oct 03, 2009 | Yamaha 12V Air Pump

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Water leaking


check your car oil if its already white! if its not, its leaking outside!
fill the radiator but make sure you dont overspill it so you wont get some parts wet, wipe/dry wet parts, start engine for a while then try to see where water is coming from. if you haven't seen it but other parts have gone wet, stop engine. then
carefully check on water hose connections and water pump gasket.check for drips, water will definitely run out from it!
hope i could help you more!

May 24, 2009 | 1999 Nissan Maxima

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