The reason of this might be cooling fluid which had to much water and might
Result is that car was unstable on low rpm, than it was hard to start, I've
checked an oil and there was light-brown fluid like a glue (very high
level), now it's not possible to start engine.
I need some advice what might happen?
Is there a chance to fix it without removing engine?? To the last minutes
engine had run silent, so probably nothing was broken (because of frozen
Car T-bird '91 5.0
Hate to bear bad news... if the engine is "frozen", that is likely water
in the chamber.. typical of blown head gasket. easy to tell by pulling
The heads should both be removed and gaskets replaced, at minimum oil
drained replaced, drained again.
You likely have bearing damage due to water...should all be replaced as
well, so the LEAST thing to do is run a good quality Syntetic oil to
lessen the likelihood of oil coking on bearings and seizing them.
Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
you pay..DEAL with it!
Thanks, I hope it's typical case as you said, and gaskets are to replace. I
was afraid that engine block cold be broken.
Which bearing could be damage?? how to check if bearing was damage??
Yestarday I removed all Air intake, wather was even in an air-filter.
Any advice regarding removing injecktors: separetly or together with this
"aluminium part betwen cylinders"(I don't know english world for this)
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