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Most likely head gasket is blown and needs to be replaced.

Posted on Jan 12, 2013

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Head gasket has failed replaced before something gets worse. Oil in coolant is not good for cooling and at some point water can get into oil and that will cause engine failure.

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Consider if it is engine oil or transmission oil or power steering oil. Transmission oil or power steering oil would indicate a bad radiator. Engine oil could be a bad radiator also if the radiator includes an engine oil cooler ("extra cooling") but usually indicates an intake or head gasket leaking.

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Cooling fluid mixed with oil


Not good, or easy fix. Many things can cause this. Hopefully, its a gasket on the intake manifold. If not that then Head gaskets. From there, you have cracked heads/block. If you have an oil cooler in the radiator, I have seen them leak and cause this also.

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It's possible that engine coolant is making it's way into the cylinders (in other words a blown head gasket). I had a Pontiac that blew a head gasket, it was blowing white clouds out the tailpipe. It's a pretty involved job to repair but it is doable by a backyard mechanic. You'll want to check for oil in the coolant and coolant in the crankcase oil. Also do a compression & leakdown test on the cylinders.

When you say you just changed the cooling system what exactly was done and why? Was the coolant flushed and were you getting any symptoms of a problem (such as the engine overheating, etc.)?

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Dip stick barrel


The dipstick tube can leak oil, and massive oil loss will damage the engine, causing it to overheat in the last few minues of its life.  
Mostly likely that your heating up problem is low coolant/leaking coolant, a thermostat, clogged radiator, collapsed hose, bad cooling fan clutch, or head gasket.

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