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Oil in Coolant

Discussion in 'Tech Archive (No Posting)' started by DiabloStunts, Feb 28, 2010.

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  1. DiabloStunts

    DiabloStunts New Member

    Feb 26, 2010
    like it said..

    I have oil in my coolant.. but no coolant in my oil.. i recently did an oil change to double check..

    I keep looking it up on google and i see alot of people saying leaking head gasket..

    does anyone have experience with this situation?
  2. s_crowley 17

    s_crowley 17 New Member Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member

    Sep 2, 2007
    East coast
    Most likely its a headgasket. I would replace it.. I had build up of oil in my coolant resevoir for months and other problems so i just bought a whole new motor.
  3. Kensai

    Kensai ♪♫♪♫♪~ Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member

    Dec 25, 2008
    Replace the headgasket, check the head for warping and flush the coolant
  4. ghost_xero

    ghost_xero The Civic of Civics

    Feb 28, 2010
    omg bought a 94 honda with this issue, if u have white smelly smoke out the back then its a gasket for sure...but dont fret, if its a single overhead cam its easy cause u only have one to replace. it will take maybe...2 or 3 hours to replace,i literally bought the car 4 days ago....changed it and now im beasting all over town in it.....what u will need is a new head gasket, a new exhaust manifold gasket, a can of carb cleaner and some engine flush.


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