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    PWCToday Guru banjomaniac's Avatar
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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    You might have it figured out. Keep us updated. When you put your motor back in make sure you keep all of your engine mounts exactly the same and your shaft should line up very close to where it was they do have a tool that they use but most guys don't have it or can't afford it, you just don't want a bunch of wobble in that Shaft or it can mess up the seal in the end of the engine. Once it's in you can look at it edge-to-edge where it meets up and tell if it's way off. There are several posts on here about engine alignment, when I had mine out I posted some questions cuz mine was off even though I kept everything the same some of the guys said because the mounts can wear and change a little bit so I just added a couple shims to get it perfectly Square.

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    PWCToday Guru skidoc's Avatar
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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    there are only a few places water can get in the oil. the manifold which is most common, the head gasket, or the oil cooler o-rings. they can corrode around the o-ring and the oil cooler will not seal correctly.
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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    All good. Cracked oil pump has a raised portion that doesnít let the front cover sit flush making oil and water mix. Water tested and itís fixed. No more mixing.

    Thank you for all the replies
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