I have water leaking in my oil on my 1990 ford ranger 2.9L v6 fuel injected truck. Whatcould be causing my problem?

solomobn
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Asked by solomobn Apr 27, 2014 at 02:43 AM about the 1990 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

Tracy Hooks
12,555

Blown Head Gasket. A Leak Check and compression tests are in order.

magnum350
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its not always in the head gasket. its actually the intake manifold gasket leaking to then in return the coolent is being mixed in with the oil.

Tracy Hooks
12,555

I forgot about that. It does happen to the 2.9L You could pressurize the cooling system and see if the oil level rises.

solomobn
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I'll check all that out my next pay check. Thank u both. N also I have an option to switch engines. A buddy of mine says I should put a 5.0 engine since its ford I asked if its possible but i didn't get an answer. Is it possible to do that?

Tracy Hooks
12,555

I wouldn't know. Sounds cool though. All of my expertise is in OEM.

solomobn
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I'll figure it out. Thanks tho to both of you

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