Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Water in engine oil?

Head gasket issue,it has to be inspected.
When there is water in the oil (or oil in the water) this is a sign of a head gasket that is leaking. You will need to have the head removed and then the gasket replaced with a new one. There is nothing else that can be done to stop the water from reaching the oil now that your head gasket is blown.Replacing the head gasket is advisable.Buy branded and original parts,instead on low quality non branded parts.The original OEM parts are bit costly,but they last long and give good results.
This will help.Thanks.
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