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Oil is in the resovior now it link out of the resovior

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Totally agree with previous answers. blown head gasket. Do not drive truck. Need engine overall however if engine block is cracked you need a new engine. Time to get rid of it and part it out. Sorry for the bad news.

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Blown headgasket is the best answer. your going to need to replace the engine with a another or have your head gaskets replaced. both can be expensive.

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If I'm understanding you correctly, you're saying there is oil in your reservoir? Could be the head gasket starting to go bad. If you're saying it's leaking out of the reservoir, then you have a crack somewhere in the reservoir or the rubber line that connects to it.

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