Re: Motor Oil In Radiator

Posted by Owen_Dyneto on 2020/10/18 18:53:31
Assuming it's the core (like a hot water heater core but built to handle much higher pressures) and not just a gasket, evaluate it the same as you would a heater core. Pressurize it with air, put it under water, and the bubbles will lead you to the leak. Repair or replace, or machine a bypass to take the place of the core, still allowing the filter to function.

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