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I have 2003 dodge durango it turns over all light and windows work will not start, i have a 8.1random misfire , milky oil , starting fluid didn't work and i also have water coming out the back pipe

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Sounds like you have a blown head gasket and it is dumping coolant into your oil

Posted on Jul 30, 2013

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    Would this also be the reason my truck won't start ?

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sounds like you have a bad connection to the oil pressure sending unit or the sending unit itself is bad. look for a loose connection and if it's ok just replace the sending unit.

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