i am getting water in the oil on my 1995 lexus ls 400 what could be the reason for that to be hapening

Asked by babalu Nov 30, 2013 at 07:39 PM about the Lexus LS 400

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have someone change the starter

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a gasket has gone loose and let go...I suspect the head gasket...is shared by the oil jacket at the front of the motor where the timing chain is...has gone soft...you need a new headgasket~

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Blown headgasket, cracked heads, possible internal leak in the oil cooler at the filter assembly.

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...no, this really happened to my Isuzu Impulse...coolant in the oil...spend a day to replace the headgasket...head bolts were LOOSE~ woooouf~

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congrats tennisshoes on breakin' 10,000 yay~

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hate to say this, but the starter seems un-necessary....a NEW battery should come first~....and the connection of BLACK cable to the chassis ground...wire brush that one~

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