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Coolant leak?


sgtsandman

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^^^this^^^ And I would do my best to make sure the sealing surface is as smooth as possible even if you RTV it.
 


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Thanks Dillard. I got a new housing. My concern is the pitting on the block and the new housing not sealing well to the pitted alum block. Is this an issue?
 

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Thanks Dillard. I got a new housing. My concern is the pitting on the block and the new housing not sealing well to the pitted alum block. Is this an issue?
Clean the engine seat with a flat scraper & soft brass brush, then hitemp red permatex. Has worked for me everytime.
 


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