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post #21 of 38 Old 04-27-2016, 01:08 PM
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thanks for all your help..i have to think i am ok...
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thanks for all your help..i have to think i am ok...
From everything you have posted, I'd say your ok for sure. As long as that dipstick looks good, then you have no head gasket issues.

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what would the oil dipstick look like..my coolent is redish. also i would think i would see a leak under the car if the head gasket was bad
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what would the oil dipstick look like..my coolent is redish. also i would think i would see a leak under the car if the head gasket was bad
It would look like the oil in your catch can. Milky, not black. Check this picture out. If its that color on your dipstick, then you've got water in your oil. And no it will not leak on the ground, it will leak internally, Thats why your oil gets milky, water and oil mixed together.
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sent you a pm... i cant see the pic there is no link that works
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Sorry, I'm not sure why I couldn't post a pic. Anyway I sent you an email. Hope that helps, and that its not the color of oil in the pic.

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hey guys just seen there is coolent at the very bottom of the radiator i cant get to it because the fans are there i was able to feel under the radiator also and it felt wet.. i am hoping it was from the coolent change that was done and its only spillage that has not dried up yet.. i put some heat on it and that is what it smells like after driving the car and parking it..seems like there is know where for it drain or go it just sit on the bottom of the radiator what do you think
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I vote that you drive your Camaro long and hard two or three times and see what's left.
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post #30 of 38 Old 05-05-2016, 05:35 PM
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Check your fluid levels (you probably already have) make sure your not loosing coolant.


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