[Vwdiesel] Help water in cylinder

Nate Wall natewall1 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 26 13:35:37 EDT 2003

Try this: Spray the crap out of those two cylinders w/
WD-40 or the like every couple days, or just fill them
w/ engine oil and let it sit a while to free them up.
If you try to break it loose now, you'll bust the
rings. Then, if you ever free it up, try putting it
back together and hope for the best. Alternatively, a
hone and new set of rings may be the way to go.


--- Forrest L King <forrestking at juno.com> wrote:
> Help -  I just openend up the engine on my 25 dollar
> rabbit D and the
> middle two cylinders were full of water - and it has
> been there for a
> long long long long long long time -- about 2 years
> I think.   The engine
> is locked up, I tried towing it in gear with the
> head off to pump the
> water out-- no luck, it just drug a tire.
> Has anybody had any luck with this?  It seems I
> might be needing a new
> engine block...   any suggestions?
> Forrest
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