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How do I take care of this problem??

I was rebuilding the seals on my oil cooler and all went well so I thought. When I put back together I had put the cooler back in the front and not realized the first I ring fell off... So I continued on and put all back together filling the coolant first then my oil. All in so I had a buddy fire it up for about 15-20 seconds and saw my degas bottle filling up so I had him shut it down. And of course the coolant is now in the oil :doh... So it has all ports open possible draining overnight right now and my question is what's my best method to ensure the coolant gets out?


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To get oil out of the coolant you can flush the cooling system using something like Restore or Restore Plus or even Cascade dishwasher soap. For the coolant in the oil system, I would drain it (including sucking out the HPOP reservoir) refill, run it to normal temp, drain and refill. Just my opinion BTW. Cheers!

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so i put all back together again no leaks filled with coolant and oil and let it run for about 2 min then pulled oil drian again all looked good. took the oil filter off and i have a small stream of fresh coolant running thru the return side hole in the filter housing...... i dont know if its coming from a bad seal on the gasket side of the filter housing or if its an o ring issue?! not sure where to start now that ill take apart for the third time once the coolant is drained again
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