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|brad||My super m gets a small amount of anti freeze in the oil over time I pulled the oil pan and its coming down between the block and the sleeve on the 3rd hole about a half a drip every ten minutes would it be a cracked block bad sleeve or head gasket? Thanks
|John M||Block, probably from rust eating through the cylinder.
|jim||Is it next to the center main, they like to crack there.
|Joe K||Probably a crack in the block behind the sleeve. I've seen a good radiator stop leak fix that for awhile when it's a small leak.
|BRAD||IT IS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ENGINE AND IT LOOKS LIKE THAT SLEEVE IS THICKER THAN THE OTHER 3 i PUT A BEAD OF JB WELD AROUND THE BOTTOM OF THE SLEEVE AND IT SEEMS TO BE HOLDING.
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