Originally Posted by fast68
one way we check for water in a cylinder is to use a radiator pressure pump and pump up the cooling system and pull the plugs all out and crank the engine over and see if water comes out any of the plug holes
if so then start pulling parts and old gaskets.
Sounds like a good idea
I tried using the pressure gauge and got pretty much 160psi on all eight cylinders. So how can that be? I am getting frustraded and don't know how a cracked head or blown gasket would still hold cylinder pressure.
Just to give more info, I never noticed the anti-freeze coming out when the car ran, only after it had sat, and no white smoke plumes from the exhaust.
thanks so far guys