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I have problem in my mazda car 626 model 1998

I saw some thing strange in radyater (which contain water for engine cooling) i saw some oil on water surface and colour change to brown
pls advise .
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I'm afraid you have a bad or blown head gasket. does it have water on the oil stick too? may not be worth fixing if this has gone on too long you may want to take it to a garage. is it smoking out of the exhaust.

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