1998 SUBURBAN 232,500 miles-coolant in exhaust?

Discussion in 'GM' started by phoebeisis, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. DriveYourWay87

    DriveYourWay87 New Member

    Hi all, couldn't miss an opportunity to share my experience, as I had pretty much similar situation, with leak and further overheating. In my case, replacing an intake manifold gasket helped (https://www.carid.com/engine-intake-manifold-gaskets/). They did the job at the service station, and I still do not fully understand how come coolant got into my exhaust then... But anyways, it is very unfortunate when such things happen. Hope you fixed everything, man, and now everything's going good!
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2017
  2. phoebeisis

    phoebeisis Well-Known Member

    Thanks
    Surprisingly
    the LEAD STOP-head gasket specific leak stop $30 walmart
    is working
    I'm reluctant to do the intake gaskets because I think a head or head gasket leak is somewhat likely
    and it would take me a good 10-12 hours to do just the intake manifold gaskets
     

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