How You Can Tell If an Engine Block Is Cracked?


You can tell if an engine block is cracked by checking for leaking oil. Leaking water can also mean that the block is cracked. When you find water in your engine oil, it is likely the block is cracked.
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1. Check to see if your engine is leaking oil and/or coolant. This causes your engine to overheat and if it's not fixed, it can cause it to freeze up. 2. Check your oil and antifreeze
Visually on the outside. Internal cracks there will almost certainly be a mixing of the oil an coolant one way or the other.
One sign is coolant leaking, as well as oil. Best Idea is to take it to
Don't bother checking the oil. If it's cracked the engine will be gushing oil or antifreeze or both. If you look down towards the bottom of the engine and antifreeze is spilling out
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