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In Reply to: Re: 8n oil in the radiator posted by stevem on Thursday, November 21, 2013:
I think any good radiator flush would do the job. alot of people use vinegar. You might better off doing compression test before pulling the head off. There is no oil in the head of a flat head. The only oil would be byproducts of combustion and that is what most people think is oil in the radiator. If you really have oil, then you have serious problems and probably have antifreeze in the pan.
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