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Old 07-05-2020, 05:37 AM   #13
Ed in Maine
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Default Re: Water in oil/engine

I just experienced this problem. I removed the cylinder head and dropped the pan. There is a lot of contaminated oil trapped in the lower engine, dipper tray and in the corners of the block. I wiped this all out as best I could and cleaned the pan. Just in case, I got another cylinder head, had it milled true and checked the torque many times during the start up process. The literature states to check torque values cold. So, over several days I drove the car and the next morning I checked the torque values at 55 ft. lbs. until there were no further changes. So far so good.



I think it is good practice when you are going to leave the car for an extended period of time, drain the water just in case there is some slight seepage. Ed

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