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oil in water or worse antifreeze in oil

Doug watts

New Member
Jul 12, 2017
Truck Year
If oil gets into water, after 45 psi antifreeze will get into oil and cause rod bearing wear and engine failure. Water pressure stays up after oil pressure stops 15-20 psi for a long time and water is thinner than oil