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Oil gets into coolant in my suzuki F10D engine but engine runs very well I have to change contents of coolant bottle every morning as there is oil and coolant mix floating in it compression in engine is perfect and runs like new and when checked there is no coolant in the oil. please help. Michael. Ps the model is Suziki Wagon R. It is not on your list so I just clicked Aerio So I could post my problem.

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  • mmustachi Mar 04, 2009

    Dear Guru

    I thought so too and replaced the head gasket with original parts but it did not help, so do you think the head could be cracked and it could still run so well and this is the only other reason this happens ?. Thanks Michael

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U have a blown head gasket or cracked cylinder head.

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Can anybody advise me the step-by step procedure for the replacement of Head Gasket in Suzuki Wagon R (996 cc) 1998 model.
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