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Water in engine - grey fergie
|Mick||I went to start my grey fergie ( petrol ) today after 6 months. The oil level was good and clean, the radiator was a bit low, When I turned the engine over, I noticed water coming from the exhaust, She started Ok, I turned it off after a minute, checked the oil and it was milky. Does this mean the head gasket is blown ? Is ther any other way the water could have leaked into the engine whils sitting there the last 6 months ( she lives in a shed, so rain is not the culprit
|GEEBEE||Having ruled out rain, that leaves either head gasket or cracked head/block, cross your fingers and pull the head.
|barnett||We have repaired these for years and it is almost always cracks between the cylinders, top and bottom on the block..
|billy||95% head gasket
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