Coolant in oil not a head gasket

Discussion in '1993 - 1997 Toyota Corolla' started by Stuart15, Nov 17, 2017.

  1. Stuart15

    Stuart15 New Member

    Hi all a friend over heated the corolla and got coolant in the oil we thought it was a blown head gasket but changed the head gasket also had the head shaved but when we put it all back together and there is still a Lot! Of coolant in the oil can someone please help?
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  3. chris1261

    chris1261 New Member

    Cracked block or head?
  4. 3ddie @rana

    3ddie @rana New Member

    Did you send the Cly Head to get it checked out, Machine shop will give you a heads UP !
  5. beach bum

    beach bum New Member

    Do a compression check, and go from there. Could be a warped cylinder (s) , or like Chris said cracked block or head. New head gasket may have be installed wrong and torqued out of sequence.

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