Having problems with your 2001 GMC Sierra Crew Cab ?

I am leaking coolant into the crankcase. What are the recommended solutions for this problem?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-06-2019

Answers :

Possibly a blown headgasket or intake manifold gasket. You would have to start a teardown to find it
Hi, if you have coolant in the crankcase of you're engine, then you have major problems. Has it over heated on you at some point? The only way that water can get there is through a blown head gasket, cracked or a warped head, or a crack in you're engine block. The only solutions for this is to find out where it is leaking into from by the answers I have given you. You will need to take it in and have it checked out. Or, you can check somethings yourself. You can pull out a spark plug one at a time and check for coolant on it. I don't want to be the one to give you this kind of news but, it doesn't look good. Sincerely, and Best of Luck,
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