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Blown head gasket is very likely. Pull the engine oil dipstick out and see if the oil looks milky. If so then that's a dead giveaway that this is your problem. NOW!! IF the engine oil is clean and the transmission lines run to the radiator then it's possible that the radiator is bad and is mixing with the trans fluid which will also cause the water to look like it has oil in it.

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Blown head gasket.

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