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1995 ford explorer my antifreeze keeps disappearing and checked my oil dipstick its brown like a puddle of mudd what can it be? How can I solve this issue? Can using gasket maker work?

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You have a blown head gasket at least if not a warped head. Does the car overheat?

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  • jaysuggashie Nov 21, 2014

    Yeah my temperature gauge will go to H and when I pour antifreeze again and would go back to C it would never stay in the middle like it suppose to so it can be a blown head gasket?

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