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6.0 loosing coolent over heating no coolent in oil hose have ben changed

Loosing 1 gallon in 10 miles

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Coolant in oil is BLOWN HEAD GASKET at the very least,dont keep driving it you may COOK the engine then your into serious repair costs

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