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Oil in coolant

Droplets of oil coolant when draind

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The heat exchanger is pierced. oil has a higher pressure, enters in to the coolant sistem, that has a lower pressure. i woul'd change it asap, before the radiator and hoses start to losen theyre ridgidness.

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