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Oleg Perelet
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Escondido, CA
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Originally Posted by adeak1 View Post
Dear Oleg

Can you explain the repair on the pass side heat exchanger, cylinders?

Pictures please

Andrew
Hello Andrew. In my case front pass side of engine was wet because of 2 reasons -

1. Top leaks dripping down, oil breather tube is routed to the pass side and and most of leaky sensor seals/washers - see "4. Upper seals." post above, I edited it and added few pics to it. I did it awhile ago and did not took many pics.

2. Steering pump and/or steering gear seal and o-ring. Maybe just leaky hose from reservoir to pump , but you must be lucky to have that. See "2. Steering pump seals replacement." post above.

There maybe other reasons.

If yours is wet you may start with top part - it can take 1-2 weekends, risk of breaking things/messing up is relatively low. Note if it makes it better, if not do lower part - that may take 2-3 weekends

Oleg.

Last edited by perelet; 12-12-2011 at 05:42 PM..
Old 12-12-2011, 05:34 PM
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