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Diesel oil in with the coolant, in the radiator? Very unlikely. Engine oil in radiator indicates a leakage like head gasket, cracked block or head. Transmission oil in radiator indicates a leaky radiator where the hydrolic fluid is cooled inside the radiator.

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Hi, i replace the thermostat and water pump flashed the radiator has coolant but still overheating, what else could it be its golf 4 tdi diesel 2002. Thank you


Radiator may have rust/salt deposits inside, if that is case its cheaper and better to change the radiator. Also for future don't use normal tap water in radiator, use a coolant + ph balanced water meant for radiators to reduce salt buildup inside radiator.

Also check the radiator fan is working ok and rotating in the right direction, sucking cool air inside not blowing out hot engine air to the radiator. Some electric fans can have wires mixed up so they start in the wrong direction. (make sure fan is sucking cool air outside towards the engine).

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Over heating is common for that model. Leads to cracked heads and other issues. Make sure pump is good, radiator is clean inside and out, check coolant for proper dilution.

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Find leak soon, low coolant will kill a diesel. Keep coolant level correct. Inspect very carefully with a bright flashlight. I like the new Led lights. Look for wet areas radiator hoses, heater hoses water (coolant) pump and Heater coil inside. Do you have any bubbling in the coolant fill tank when engine is running? If so you probably have a Head Gasket failure.

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there is no connection between the coolant reservoir and the diesel tank. However when running diesel fuel becomes hot from the return fuel from the injectors that is used to cool and lubricate the injectors. Diesel tanks are vented to the atmosphere and so condensation forms in the tank when it cools down. This accumulates and is picked up and goes to the filter ( should have a water separator in the system) Left untreated a moss grows in the fuel which blocks filters and injectors Use a diesel fuel conditioner to control the rubbish A method of controlling water in the tank that is used by all long distance operators is to fill to the top every time before shutting down for the night.

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Get some BLUE DEVIL and follow the Directions. You have a Blown head Gasket or a Cracked Intake or Head.

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I have a 2003 Ford F350 7.3 diesel engine,Engine run fine,but only the problem diesel mix with coolant,what could be the problem.


you may have two hoses that hooked into your radiator that help cool you oil. If the radiator breaks down inside than you need to replace the radiator. The radiator probably has four tubes or hoses bolted to the tanks. Two four transmission two for cooling oil. If so you need to replace the radiator and flush out the cooling system and clean out the water jug. Do not wait long cause you could clogg your heater core with oil. and also cause the vehicle to over heat and that is not good for diesels.leave comment

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Pressure buildup in cooling circuit of my xantia 1,9 diesel. no heated air inside car bubbles in radiator when lid turned open. no temperature reading on instrument on dashboard french car citroen xantia...


Combustion gas bubbles in the radiator coolant indicates a blown head gasket.
Take it to a radiator shop and get a combustion gas test to confirm.
Most likely will need cylinder head removed for inspection and replacement gasket fitted.
Absence of temperarure indication on dashboard may be due to electrical problem - check connections to temperature sensor etc.

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You may need to ask AAA to put a radiator pressure tester on the resevoir bottle and pump it up to operating pressure(Pressure cap rating) and see if it over pressurises while it is running at operating temp,rev engine up and down and watch what the testers pressure readings do,it should move up and down in sync with the water pump.If the pressure keeps building i would have to believe that combustion chamber gases are over pressurising your cooling system.Also test the pressure cap is functioning within factory specs.

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