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Hi hi there is water getting in the oil have put new head on and gasket, do you now how this could happen,is there a frost plug behind water pump or timing gear? cheers

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If you over heated the engine you could have a warped engine blockor a crack or did not properly install new head gasket .did you properly torque down the head bolts?

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SOURCE: oil appearing in radiator, 4afe engine, is there awater gallery behind oil pump? checked head gasket looked fine

Since there is way more pressure from the oil pump than there is pressure in the cooling system oil can leak into the cooling system and coolant not leak back due to the pressure differential.It is very easy to have a head gasket leaking and not see where the leak was with a visual inspection after disassembly. I would inspect the head for cracks and if it is ok clean the block and head and have the head checked for warpage and if it is ok replace the head gasket and you should be good to go.

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My 1Rz engine has oil in the radiator mixes with water but not water mixed with oil in the sump and its not overheating its running fine


toyota engine ...typicaly hilux Efi

inlet manifold gasket blown
corroded water jackets on the inlet side

if found to be sound
wont be long before the oil will mix with the sump
try re torque the head bolts as a stop gap
head warped or blown across water jackets of the block
and not the oil jackets yet



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My car has water in the oil


If you have water in your oil then sadly you have probably cracked the head or similar allowing the coolant to pass into the cylinder then down into the sump. If she is all you have you could dismantle and have a look in there to see what damage is done, but might not be worth it.
You should be able to see if you have lost a frost plug, it's probable that initially, the steam came from a radiator hose, and once she lost her coolant It overheated causing the head to crack. It won't be just the head gasket. Good luck

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This sounds like a broken head gasket. Water is separated from the oil, but the oil is seeping through a crack or break in the gasket and getting into the water. This can plug up the radiator and prevent cooling system from working.

Head gasket is a good days work to even a weekend and requires a great deal of expertise and most of these have special tools for the head bolts.

I would get repaired as soon as possible, as water is getting into the oil as well and can vapor lock the engine.

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hi, it sounds like the head gasket has gone take out the spark plugs and check for signs of water also check the oil for signs of water as this to me looks and sounds like the head gasket has failed and will need replacing.

If water is not present then try starting the car with the coolant filler cap off and see if it starts if it does then this is head gasket failure if it still dont start then your going to need to get a compression test done and then this will tell you if the gasket is good or bad but to me it sounds like head gasket failure.

If the gasket needs replacing then you need to also check the water pump is working and also test the thermostat as any of these failing can cause the head gasket to blow again so make sure you get these checked ok.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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