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Old 02-20-2017, 01:33 AM   #11
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Well, found the problem. Bent push rod, Valve and bad head. These motors I think have little more than 30 hours on them. I am having a new long block installed, Hopefully no more issues. It was the exhaust valve so that is where the water was being drawn in from.
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Old 02-20-2017, 02:00 AM   #12
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Well, found the problem. Bent push rod, Valve and bad head. These motors I think have little more than 30 hours on them. I am having a new long block installed, Hopefully no more issues. It was the exhaust valve so that is where the water was being drawn in from.
The bent push rod and valve are not the cause of the water but the result of water in the cylinder which caused them to bend as water is not compressible. What is bad with the head? Crack, wrapped? Replacing the longblock? Is the other one damaged? Are you replacing the head?
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