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Hello i have oil going into my radiator resiavour and i do not understand how it's getting in there,but theres no water going into my oil valve cover container and my car isn't running hot. is this a possible head gasket problem or do i have a line running from my oil pan to my coolant system that could be cracked.

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If youv got gunky oily water ur head gasket is on its way out m8

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