what is the ratio of distilled water to antifreeze for a Yanmar marine diesel engine?

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i don't think it would have hurt the engine,if it was immediatley shut down.the second time was the problem.is there a screen to prevent objects from entering the pump,the belt should'nt just break.

Answered: Distilled Water

No, distilled water does not contain minerals. Ussually it is used for technical purposes not for human drinkning.

Answered: Diesel engine sat in water for a few days after bildge pump went out.

Marine engines are intended for corrosive environments (sea water). Usually, it is not that big a hassle as they use galvanized blocks and a bit looser fit in critical parts than one would see on a land-based vehicle. Changing all the fluids is essential: even if it looks like no water got into ...

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We have been drinking distilled water for 30 years, with no health problems that I can blame on that. I've just turned 60 and have started adding a few drops of a very good liquid mineral to help in the conductivity of the water. Distilled water could leach minerals if you are not getting any from ...

Answered: My 1993 ford explorer 4.0 engine is leaking ...

Believe it or not, a bad radiator cap can cause that problem. Another thing you might want to check on. Once in a while a frost plug will develop a leak, especially in an older engine. There is a sensor, but I'm not sure just where it is. If you're sure the leak is on the passenger side, on ...

Answered: Water shortages by david s.

In answer to your first sentence, a desalination plant or reverse osmosis plant as used on ships ( I presume this is what you are meaning), requires a fair bit of energy to operate and can only treat a small amount of water, so is there for not practical for use on the scale that would be required ...
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