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I have a 1999 pathfinder the oil is mixing in the radiator after over heating what shall be done how to fix it

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Sounds like head gasket if your lucky,, Did you run it hot // At worst cracked head but hope not...

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  • Valencia Griffin Sep 17, 2013

    Changed the head gaskit, but pr

  • Valencia Griffin Sep 17, 2013

    Changed the head gaskit and the problem is still there, no overheating though, only that the water is leaking out some place and mixing with the oil.

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