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Leaking water still.

Car over heated. water got in to the oil but the block wasnt cracked. it needed new val gaskets. only the right side gasket was put in along with new radiator, thermostat, water pump, and time cover. filled both water and oil back up, started the car and water was still mixing with the oil. and water was coming out the top left side of the engine. do i need new block or new car.

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That sounds really bad,was the head checked for cracks?And were the head gaskets replaced?I would say you would be best to replace motor.

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