I HAVE A 1992 MERCEDES BENZ 300SL THATS been sitting for about 7months now and i still have yet to drive it. i purchased this vehicle from a private owner and the first thing i wanted to do was the common oil change and radiator flush, after these services were performed the vehicle was started and driven to the nearest gas station for a fill up when it was noticed overheating. once taken back to the garage it was found that oil was in the radiator and we quickly emptied and changed the oil filter. the car once again was started and the same thing, overheated and oil in the radiator. mind you the oil was fine nice clean oil but oil in the radiator so we left it alone for a while . recently weve attempted to start the vehicle and noticed after the 1st couple attempts of starting it we found water in the oil but the radiator was clean , although no over heating just water in the oil . how can i get this done without costing an arm and left leg
whAT WOULD BE THE CHEAPEST AND FASTEST ROUTE TO TAKE WHEN FIXING MY CAR on 1992 Mercedes-Benz 300SL
The first thing is check the oil cooler. No reply, I guess you're welcome.