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Pulled the cylinder head off to get that broken bolt needed a little bit of persuasion....but its out and thats a relief. Got everything cleaned up and ready for rebuild. Just waiting for new bolts, head gasket, and a new torque wrench!! It wasn't too bad a job, drain the coolant, radiator off, coil off, to get to the bolt which naturally broke flush with the barrel top, hammer and chisel to turn the broken bolt, not too bad. There was signs of emulsified oil in the exhaust so it looks like water was indeed leaking into the engine, as well as out of it!

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