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My truck is running hot and macking noice from the head

My 2001 durango is macking a noice my truck ran hot and i replace the hose but it has asound like a stuck lifter and the tempature runs hot after a while there was some water in the oil but i put some head gasket sealent in it

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If you have a mechanical sound and water in oil,it will require engine work...Good Luck..

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