The one on the engine
Heater is on passenger side isn't it? I'm inclined to think the gasket, as I found duct tape residue interfering with the seal on the passenger side gasket (but no water on that side, water is in third cylinder back on driver side).Either the gasket or the heater outlet
Ugh use proper nomenclature lol I saw cylinder 3 I thought you meant cylinder 3! This is cylinder 7 :tongue:
I don't know the firing order off the top of my head yet, sorry. That's why I was specific on which cylinder it was in relation to the motor.Woodman said:On the bad news front, coolant in a spark plug well on the 3rd cylinder back on the driver side.
Gotcha. If my conrod broke at TDC, is it possible the high pressure bending the valve could have warped the head enough to screw up the head gasket allowing a coolant leak? Up till loss of oil pressure, had 0 issues with the car, no misfires, etc. Whatever happened happened when I killed the motor. Couldn't see any obvious flaws in the intake manifold or the gasket.The cylinders aren't labeled by their firing order. The cylinder numbers are:
Passenger side: 1, 2, 3, 4
Driver side: 5, 6, 7, 8
All right. Well, I am putting new gaskets on, we have to wait for the autopsy to begin before I find out if I'm re-using my heads or not (just because they're ported) and I know the spacer does next to nothing, but at least I don't have to waste money on it.This is what a bad valve does, you can see for yourself which fares better
And no, you're still not grasping Occam's razor - The coolant would need to defy gravity and many other obstacles to somehow get into a vertical tube above the cylinder if the head gasket were the source.
And yes that's a placebo...err intake spacer:tongue: