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Unfortunatly gasket fix wont work in this caseif it was water leaking into oil or vica versa the gasket sealer would work but only a temporary solution

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My 97 2.8l diesel hiace is pressurising the cooling system it has a crack in the radiator could this be causing the problem or is it more likley a head gasket

head gasket but the 2.8 l diesel has a head cracking problem especially if the engine is held at high rpm for long periods of time
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How do I know if my head gasket it blown? Why is my car over heating?

to test the head gasket you could do a compression test that will tell you if any cylinders have low compression if you do have low compression this could be a bad valve, bad rings or a bad head gasket. if you can I would do a leak down test on the cylinders this should be able to tell you if you have a bad valve, bad rings or a bad gasket. your car could be over heating if you have air in the cooling system or if the cooling system is bad or if your thermostat is stuck shut.

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If its just condensation in the oil cap or dipstick, to some degree its normal. However if you have water in the oil and its very creamy in texture, its probably a head gasket leak, or cracked head. Its important to get it repaired soon, or total engine bearing failure will result.

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I noticed a milky substance on the dipstick of a 2002 cavlier

this is coolant mixing with the oil it creates the off white gunk. you may have a head gasket leaking. does it blow white smoke? the intake may have a leak as well. need to find the leak and repair it to stop this mix from happening. a good shop should posses a dye test system to pinpoint the actual leak source. hope this helps

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Radiator had a small leak now i found water and oil mixed on the dip stick

Sounds like you may have a blown head gasket, compression from the cylinder where the head gasket has blown is getting into the cooling system, excessively pressurizing the cooling system, causing the radiator to leak.

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When checking for a blown head gasket, one of the most common tell-tale signs is a milky-gray ring around your oil cap. When coolant enters the engine oil through a crack in the head or through a blown gasket, it evaportats and leaves a milky ring around the oil cap. Another easy way to tell is to check your oil dipstick. Change your oil and pull out the dipstick. Make sure that you take note of how far up the dipstick the oil is. Top off your cooling system and fill your cooling resevoir to the top. Screw radiator cap back on and start engine. Run engine for about 20-30 mins. or until it reaches normal operating temperature. Allow engine to cool (engine must cool completely to get accurate oil reading!!). Check oil dipstick again. If the oil has a watery appearence and has risen noticibly up the dipstick, the you probably have a blown head gasket or a warped head. Also look for a dripping, sweet-smelling liquid coming out of your tailpipe. Any of the above symptoms could be the result of a blown head gasket. The easiest way to tell is with a compression meter. This replaces the spark plug and lets you know what compression each cylander is running at. If your compression is abnormally low, then you have a blown head gasket or a warped head. (note: consult repair manual for appropriate compression of each cylander.)

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Air getting in to the cooling system is a good indication that the head gasket has gone bad. During the time your turbo will boost the compression ratio is when the air will get pushed through the head gasket into your cooling jackets between the engine block and head's. Good luck and hope this helps.

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Cylinder not firing on my 2.5l diesel cherokee sport, recent overheat due to jammed thermostat, vaseline like grease found in cooling system covering thermostat and housing. Any ideas on where I start to...

o no the head gasket has blown in the vehicle, the head must be taken off, file down at a head center and new head gasket put on. thats why its not starting, engine can't build up compression

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