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Back to altima just drained oil water in oil fly wheel won't turn car has sat a while

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Hey Pamela, tis time for a trip to qualified professional... this is a SERIOUS problem...SORRY..
Everything that causes water to mix with the oil is usually not a owner serviceable issue.

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