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The pan has definate mix in it, it is a dead bottom end.
I agree the bottom end is shot, it just doesn't look like it has coolant in it. Alot of metal, yes, but not coolant. But, as Boosy says, it'* hard to tell.

And 40ft lbs has me doubting.
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The pan has definate mix in it, it is a dead bottom end.
I agree the bottom end is shot, it just doesn't look like it has coolant in it. Alot of metal, yes, but not coolant. But, as Boosy says, it'* hard to tell.

And 40ft lbs has me doubting.
Fresh oil is clear, used oil is black, that brown/tan/milk looking oil is fresh oil with coolant that has been whipped.
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The pan has definate mix in it, it is a dead bottom end.
I agree the bottom end is shot, it just doesn't look like it has coolant in it. Alot of metal, yes, but not coolant. But, as Boosy says, it'* hard to tell.

And 40ft lbs has me doubting.
Fresh oil is clear, used oil is black, that brown/tan/milk looking oil is fresh oil with coolant that has been whipped.
Fresh oil isn't clear if it'* loaded with metal flakes. But I digress, it'* simply too hard to tell.
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Default KDG LIM OH SH** WTH did I do..... HELP!!!!!!!!!

What the heck did I type. I was in a hurry this morning. Yeah, I went by the spec in my FSM. The LIM was torqued to 11 foot lbs. Now thinking back I remeber going around 3 times. I Hand tightened to sequence, then 8.5 lbs, then 11 ft lbs. I haven't even had that particular torque wrench over 20 ft lbs. Sorry about mispost
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