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Cloudy (milky) Coolant?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by GSRCRXsi, Apr 15, 2004.

  1. GSRCRXsi

    GSRCRXsi Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    blown head gasket
     
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    u fuct fo sho yo
     
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    stop humping your radiator hoses
     
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    BigJ I'm just about that action Boss. VIP

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    I'd do a compression test.
     
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    actually they don't rent them (well the one i went to didn't) but they had em for sale for like 25 bucks
     
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    When oil touches coolant, it turns to milk. Same thing happens when water gets in the oil. the oil turns white also. This is common on blown head gaskets, you take off valve cover cap and under it, you see white milk. Compression test probably won;t tell you anything, because it doesn't leak until its under pressure....under drivign conditions...

    Jeff
     
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