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Lance and Group, I got called over to a shop here in Dallas that an 81 was
getting water in the oil and the car had an oily smell. After a couple of
hours looking, we found the block was cracked in the square pockets below
the internal water pipe. After it was all cleaned up, it was welded and
everything is ok. Big scare for the customer but cost under $100.00 to have
an aluminum welder come over. My question or statement is, did water fill up
the holes or pockets and freeze and that was what cracked the block.
Would it be prudent to fill the holes with silicone or something to prevent
water from standing.
John Hervey

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Hill [mailto:skaife_hrt2001@xxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 12:24 AM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [DML] MORE 'D' BLUES

Dear Lance,

In regard to you posting on your problem with the oil in the coolant, I
assume that it is your head that is carcked. I might be wrong.

If you want to be 100% sure what the prob is and how to fix it I strongly
recommend that you contact the Delorean Motor Compay in Houston, Texas USA
via, they will be able to sort out your problem and help
with parts.


Sydney Australia

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