Hey guys, if anyone here is mechanically minded, please help... I was wondering if you had any thoughts on this one… I had my rocker cover and plenum re-powder coated, and I refitted them today with new spark plug gaskets and cam cover gaskets. As far as I know, I fitted them properly. Anyway, put it all back together and then when I started the car it idled really rough and was hunting. Then after about 10 or 15 seconds I noticed smoke (or steam?) coming out of the engine! (not really sure where it was coming out) it sounded quite mechanical as well, a kind of metallic clanging. I just can’t think of anything I have done that could make this happen, the only thing I did notice is that the bin bag that I had over the cam cover had some water on it and some water might have got into the engine oil/engine? Do you think that would explain it? There is no milkiness in the dipstick or in the oil filter, or on the filler cap, so I can’t believe they would be that much water in there to cause this... I then thought about the electrical connections, there was a plug onto the air plenum (sensor), another electric plug on the top of the air filter, and there was plugs onto the spark plug coils, but they were all put back in order properly, so I really don’t know... I’m completely baffled! Dare not start it again as sounds horrendous! I did top up the oil, which went a little over the max mark, would this cause an issue?