Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Sleepin' in a tree fort
nope nope nope... I'd be willing to guarantee you have a blown head gasket. It sounds nothing like a water pump issue. You have 2 MAJOR signs of a blown head gasket, heres why..
#1 Having a coolant/oil mixture is a pretty obvious indicator that it is blown especially if you have replaced the other seals. The surface of the head to cylinder has to be spot on to seal 100%. This is why its crutial to mill and true your head prior to reassembly. You most likely have a high or low spot which is causing it to blow and allow pressure into your coolant system.... #2 hence the coolant spewing out your overflow tube.
Id be willing to bet that the previous guy didn't true the head which is why you quickly encountered this problem.
If you had a water pump issue and those seals where bad you would be leaking coolant out the weep hole which is by the water pump housing.. right side case by your foot.
You need to pull the head off again.. unfortunately and mill the head. I'd also have your cylinder tested to make sure it isn't out of round.
A little while ago my head gasket blew.... coolant was spewing out the rear tube from excessive cylinder pressure entering the water jackets. Milled the head, put an O-ring groove in my cylinder for added durability.. Problem solved!
MMADness I tell you!!
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