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Old 08-04-2020, 09:30 AM
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1breakinit
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go to your local auto repair shop and grab a few jugs of used engine oil .
flush it a few times, run it on the hose with minimal water going in, IE: just enough to stop the warning from going off before you begin tear down , this way you will avoid rust on crank and other internal parts .

i am guessing you have corrosion on the cylinder head , usually a light skim and a new gasket will solve the issue , however you wont know until you tear it down..

feel free to post pics of carnage.