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Textbook Problem

Which of the following is not an effective way to determine if an engine has an internal coolant leak?

  1. Performing a pressure test on the system

  • Visually inspecting the exhaust, coolant, and engine oil
  • Using a dye penetrant and black light
  • Using a combustion leak tester
  • To determine

    If an engine has an internal coolant leak, all are the effective way to determine except the one.

    Explanation

    The use of dye penetrant and black light are generally for the purpose of detecting the external leaks of an engine. The internal leaks are commonly determined by performing a pressure test or compression test on the system. The other methods are by visually inspecting the engine oil, coolant and exhaust...

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