Re: Hole In The Engine Block
More than likely its time to buy a new one and use that one for spare parts. The good news is that you can just buy the motor instead of a whole new kit and save a few bucks. Just for s*&ts and giggles you could go to the local hardware store, pick up a couple of studs or some goos all-thread and the BEST high heat epoxy that they have and try to hold the studs in that way. It should also seal your hole, if you don't put on so much that it drips into the engine. Its worth a shot.