water got into engine oil.
After recently fixing our radiator cracks with epoxy, we came to find that there were alot of water in the engine oil but the engine isn't blown. What should I do at this point?
The water in the engine is probably from a bad head gasket, not the radiator. Take it to a mechanic and tell them what is going on. I would not drive the car with a lot of water in the engine though.
I DON'T KNOW. BUT I JUST HAD ALL OF MY PIPES MELTED BEHIND MY ENGINE & THE WATER RAN IN THE ENGINE CAUSING ME 10 THOUSAND DOLLARS TO FIX THAT I DON'T HAVE, AND THE BODY SHOP DON' WANT TO TAKE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF OVER LOOKING A PROBLEM THAT HAPPEN WITH THE HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT.
KYOMI, DO YOU THINK CHRYSLER IS HAVING RECALLS ON ENGINES PROBLEMS THAT THEY ARE NOT REPORTING TO THE PUBLIC? I THINK SOMETHING IS WRONG, LESS THAN ONE MONTH MY VAN IS A TOTAL LOST. NOT FROM MY DOING NEITHER.
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