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Username Post: 1994 chevy 350/5.7L milky oil.
Posts: 15

Age: 71
Loc: Casa Grande,AZ
Reg: 03-30-16
05-27-21 02:12 PM - Post#2820649    
    In response to CowboyTrukr

Ok, today I was able to do a compression test on each cylinder and most of them read just under 150lbs.Only one was a little low at 145 lbs.For this engine being original,i think the compression is still pretty strong.I was thinking that if i had two following cylinders with low compression,it would tell me that I have a blown head gasket,right? The second test of the combustion leak detector with the new fluid showed no leaks at all,the fluid stayed blue all the time and the temp.stayed at half reading.I am going to take a chance and remove the intake manifold and see if the gaskets are bad or is the intake pretty well corroded and in turn,leaking water in to the oil pan.When I was running it this morning to do the combustion leak test,it sounded nice and smooth.I better drain that water off the oil pan.I don't want to leave it there too long and corroded all the internals of the engine. Thanks to all for your great tips and suggestions.Will keep you posted.

Edited by poolguy01 on 05-27-21 02:14 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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