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Isuzu amigo i have a overheating problem in mine i have water in my oil and it is not building presur in the water pasages HELP!!!!!

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You either have a bad head gasket or a cracked head or block. I'm going with a crack from the sounds of things. Sorry.... you might as well bury it... it's dead.

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You have a blown head gasket if theres water in your oil.

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