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Timberwolf 250 leaking a bit of oil and bubbles out of head by driverside knee

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250 rwd timberwolf 1993

 

i checked the bolts and they are tight. 

anyone have this issue and did they install new gasket with engine in-frame?

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That my friend is a base head gasket leak. I'd replace that and if the problem still exists then your cylinder surface is warped or cracked. When you pull the head off inspect it closely

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I also assume your having power issues as well.

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can i ruin anything by lightly driving it and
 
does the engine have to come out for this
 
ill get the pdf
Depends on the compression. You could lose alot of oil if it runs for lengthy amount of time. Could overheat. Many things can happen but to catch it early enough is key. The engine can stay. The head is 8 or more bolts. Comes off easily.

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