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    Default Re: 9030 bidirectional oil in water

    A pin hole in the cyclinder wall will not put oil in your cooling system. it will let coolant into your oil or pressure the radiator blowing coolant from the over flow.

    I would take the radiator to a "good" radiator shop and have it tested. To get oil in the coolant the leak has to be where oil pressure is greater than coolant pressure and be adjacent to each other.

    Also check your head gasket carefully, there is an oil port that feeds oil to the rocker arm shaft, it could leak oil into a cooling passage.

    BSD engines had mediocre head gaskes to start with and should be retorqued periodically. Replacement gaskets seem to be better.

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    Default Re: 9030 bidirectional oil in water

    Quote Originally Posted by whitetiger View Post
    A pin hole in the cyclinder wall will not put oil in your cooling system. it will let coolant into your oil or pressure the radiator blowing coolant from the over flow.

    I would take the radiator to a "good" radiator shop and have it tested. To get oil in the coolant the leak has to be where oil pressure is greater than coolant pressure and be adjacent to each other.

    Also check your head gasket carefully, there is an oil port that feeds oil to the rocker arm shaft, it could leak oil into a cooling passage.

    BSD engines had mediocre head gaskes to start with and should be retorqued periodically. Replacement gaskets seem to be better.
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  3. #13
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    Default Re: 9030 bidirectional oil in water

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