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  • Incl.12mm Drain Plug,Baffle,Valve,Fitting,Gasket,Seal & BoltVendor:ACDELCO
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chevrolet 350 oil issues

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Question From Gezzer on chevrolet 350 oil issues

1972
Chevrolet
corvette
350
111000
Engine oil bypass issue.
Attempting to start engine and the oil will leak oil at a high rate with pressure from the filter base on the block. Have tried several type s of filter with the same result. This car has set for 11 years inside. Any ideas before I rebuild?

Response From Hammer Time

Have you taken a reading on your oil pressure?

Are you sure it's coming by the filter seal?

Response From Gezzer

yes. there is no oil leakage above this area. The very short time the engine ran (30-45 sec) I did not have the chance to look at the oil pressure indication. the oil blows pass the filter seal area very fast. I'm trying not to damage any bearing, but looks like a rebuild anyway..........

Response From Hammer Time

I wouldn't5 be jumping to that conclusion. There should be a base that the filter attaches to that can leak also.

If it's actually blowing out oil filters, then you must have too much oil pressure which could just be a check valve in the oil pump.

Response From Gezzer Top Rated Answer

thanks for the reply........I'm going to pull the oil pan and look at the pump....

Response From Hammer Time

Why would you do that without even taking a pressure reading/

engine overheating

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Question From jamesg1551 on engine overheating

1995 chevrolet lumina coupe 3 l..engine runs smooth, no smoke out tail pipe.. over heats..water in oil pan ..no oil in cooling system. engine has 99,000 miles on it. put a water pump on it at 92,000 miles. pump housing had some ware behind the pump impeller. Is it possible housing has cracked or hole in it behind impeller? help ..james

Response From 67eleanor

i have same car same model sam problem. its blow up my head and my wallet to find out where the problem. for leak on the driver side of the engine near to outlet water hose. check the fans. finally open the plastic tank on the radiator. maybe its lock. becarful from crack the plastic. good luck.

http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/General_Discussions_F5/95_lumina_over_heat_fast_P139420/

Response From HT Top Rated Answer

You also want to look hard at the intake manifold gasket. That can also leak coolant into the oil and it is very common on that engine.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

? Water (presumably coolant) in oil pan should have mixed and made a creamy oil rather quickly. Overheating is probably low on coolant in the engine not just where you add. I'd be checking out head gasket problems on this. Don't allow it to overheat or it will just get worse,

T

1986 Chevy 350 blows oil out dipstick tube.

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Question From terry.justice on 1986 Chevy 350 blows oil out dipstick tube.

1986 Chevrolet Silverado 350 over 100,000. My son traded for it. We have never looked into it. I'm thinking piston ring broke blowing back in oil pan.

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

First thing to check is the PCV valve and attaching hoses/pipes for being plugged.

Response From terry.justice

DID THAT THEY LOOK GOOD.

1984 chevrolet s-10 /v6 //blown head gasket?

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Question From stevenkokinis on 1984 chevrolet s-10 /v6 //blown head gasket?

help!

after moving a friend, i noticed the temperature gauge rising unusually fast.
stopped and checked oil, which i had checked before starting, to find a brown frothy liquid.
called my mechanic.
he told me sounds like a blown head gasket
a $1500.00 repair
can i drive it to the mechanic?
he hasn't seen it yet
is it worth fixing?
is $1500 a reasonable price?
any advice would be greatly appreciated

steve
sjkokinis@aol.com

los angeles

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

$1500.00 is at the top end for this repair but not totally out of line.
As for driving it I don’t suggest it; coolant and oil don’t make for a good lubricant. There’s already a chance that the main and rod bearings have been damaged?
The sad part is there’s only two ways of telling if there is damage. One is too throw the dice and do the head gaskets in the hope they survived; the other is to have the mechanic drop the oil pan and inspect the bearings.
With the age of this truck he’s likely going to find wear regardless of the head gasket blowing; which may not have given you any trouble but now that they been disturbed they will want attention. As in replacing, which means pulling the engine to have the crankshaft polished and while you’re there, ect ect ect.
It’s kind of like a snowball rolling down hill; it keeps getting bigger the farther it goes.
Now is it worth it I don’t know, how much do you want this truck?
What I would do if you were my customer is a complete inspection of the vehicle, front suspension, steering, brakes, transmission, then body, frame the whole truck.
After that you can stand back and make an educated choice. Is it worth it or not.
Dan.

Causes of oil leaks and can oil leaks be fixed effectively?

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Question From rosalyn on Causes of oil leaks and can oil leaks be fixed effectively?

Hi,
My car recently started leaking oil (and coolant). I took it to the car shop and they fixed the leaks. They said the oil leaks were coming from the power steering line and the oil pan. A week later, now I see new oil stains below my car on the driveway. The size of the stain is larger than before. The color of the oil stain is and was a very light yellow, it's not the dark brown color. I understand that the cause of oil leaks is old rubber seals and old hoses. Did the car shop not find all the causes of the oil leaks the first time, or are oil leaks something that can't get fixed reliably? So once my car started leaking, I should expect the leaks to be there continuously or come back?
Also, does driving on packed ice/snow that rubs on the underside of the car cause the oil pan fittings/seal to loosen and could have been the cause of the leaks? I was driving earlier this year on a pathway of packed ice/snow. The tracks for the wheels on the road were too low, causing the middle are to be too high and was rubbing against the underside of the car.
Here is my car info:
Year of vehicle: 2005
Make of vehicle (Ford/ Chevrolet): Hyundai
Model of vehicle ( Taurus/ Cavalier): Santa Fe
Engine size (2.0/ 5.7): 2.7L
Mileage/Kilometers: 80,000
Thanks!





Response From Tom Greenleaf

Leak type can be hard to identify - look for what item is low.


Hey sport: If you drove this over assorted ice types and snow no telling what could happen up to totaling a vehicle. Metal parts can break never mind hoses and stuff. Ice sunk the Titanic and that's the only one you hear about - happens all the time to lots stronger things than a car.


You could have several leaks and or ones fixed didn't work out or more to go? Take it back as it shouldn't leak and isn't old enough IMO for expecting it to on it's own,


T

Response From rosalyn Top Rated Answer

It's reassuring to know that the leaks can be completely fixed. I will take it to the car shop (the dealer) again next week to have it rechecked.
About the ice, that's a good point. The titanic is a good example! :) I had a bad conscious driving on the offroad last winter. I wanted to try my new chains.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Chains are the best traction you'll get but make no mistake the underside of the Sante Fe isn't full of guards for sensitive items like say some specific off road vehicles so dedicated you wouldn't want to drive it on a long trip on good roads.


Some places will impose a chair law or don't travel that road with plain snow just not able to keep up and pull everyone out but it's plain snow not chunks of ice.


Real chair rock but really should be removed when not totally needed and speeds kept way down. One broken cross section can whip the heck out your fenders badly!


Not the whole point. Wrong vehicle for this or chains IMO again. They make quick strap things to just make it up a steep snow/ice/mud maybe driveway or spot then take them right off.


Old phart here. Always had chains and RWD monster cars only 2WD super common. Could still go quite well in almost anything AND it didn't mess up your steering! Once chains on steering wheels are back on pavement you've lost a lot of steering and braking control then more important than traction.


Different issues with different cars. Day or more old plowed snow is like a stone wall if cold can be so hard you wreck things up to teeter totter with the middle of the car suspending the wheels. At some point not worth going out till conditions are fixed,


T