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Username Post: Coolant in intake
ah64 guy 
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Loc: Columbia , Mo
Reg: 01-01-10
03-15-19 03:18 PM - Post#2762158    
    In response to ah64 guy

So after re-reading everything I posted I forgot to mention that I also rented a coolant pressure tester to check for leaks in the coolant system. I could not find any leaks but would loose about 1PSI every 5 minutes or so. Today I pulled the passenger side valve cover and it had a small amount of milky oil on the underside of the cover but the oil on the rocker assy was not milky. I talked to someone that suggested pulling the plugs to see if they were dry or looked like they had been wet with coolant. All of them were dry. This issue is driving me nuts. Would greatly appreciate any input.
95 GMC C1500 5.0L Long Bed (Was my Pappy's)
02 Ultra Classic
00 Chevy Suburban LT

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