Saturday, February 4, 2017

Yep, She's Done.

5 comments:

  1. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot....is that one of your cars?

    I've seen some weird shit come out of radiators after people tried "fixing" them with that "mechanic-in-a-can" crap, but it never looked anything like that....

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  2. Just something I found on the internet.
    I've never seen anything like that either but one look tells me it's terminal.

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  3. Geez....it almost looks like axle grease or wheel bearing grease!

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  4. look like crankcase leakage into the cooling system via crack or gasket failure

    engine now toasted!

    Wildflower

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  5. I am in the process of replacing a blown head gasket, but instead of coolant in the crankcase, I have oil in the coolant. After everything is finished, I will do a few complete flushes with a new radiator.

    In my case, all I had was a brownish frothy coolant, nothing like the black sludge in the above vid. This is a mid 80's truck with a mid 70's 350.

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