you've gotta be joking right?? what do you want him to do, scald his face?93 twintrbo said:Get the car to run at normal temp and then open the radiator cap, make sure it is full to the top and watch for air bubbles
coolant would stay underneath the oil assuming it's not all mixed together not rise to the surface because oil is lighter than water. if the coolant and oil are mixed it will look like a chocolate milkshake.racinghart said:Drain the oil and check for coolant in the oil which should rise to the surface.
SupraTico said:why don't you tell us what's making you believe you have a BHG lol... we're giving you symptoms of a BHG and how to check for it but they could be totally unrelated to your problem...
mike91t said:It really would take one hell of a bhg to cause a no boost situation. If your seeing white smoke you are mostlikely burning coolant. Have you noticed coolant loss at all lately? Also has your engine temp been running higher? If you get a "bad" bhg you risk overheating.