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I have a 1989 2.6lt holden rodeo which is losing water and overheating. I can't find any leaks anywhere. Is it a blown head gasket or a cracked head?

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The water is most likely making its way to the sump and mixing with oil creating a milky looking oil or exiting via the exhaust from a leak into a cylinder. sorry head has to come off and check timing cover too for corrosion and leaks

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