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2004 f350 diesel 6.0

I have oil in the radiator dont know where it came from can u help

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If you are finding engine oil in the radiator likely cause is a blown head gasket, cracked cylinder head or porous block. If oil is red in color, likely the transmission cooler is leaking (located inside the radiator) Generally if it's an engine problem you will find water in the oil or oil will appear milky (like coffee)

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