DukeNukeEm Posted August 13, 2013 Share Posted August 13, 2013 That's what I fear strange. Also worth noting is it doesn't overheat...at least not yet anyway. So no loss of coolant (unless it's being replaced by oil) and no over heating which are to pretty telling signs of a blown head gasket. Would you guys suggest I simply flush the coolant and see what happens from there? I can't remember the last time I put new coolant in so theres a chance its just old??? It'd have to be pretty ancient to start looking like a chocotaco in there. You're obviously going to want to flush the coolant anyways but I see a compression test in your future. That'll give you a much better idea of whats going on. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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