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I have a chrysler grand voyger 2.8 aoto desiel. Have lost all the water from the rad into the oil but have just drained the oil from the sump and it is like thick tar, do you think this is the head gasget or should i be looking for something else ?

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If the water is in the oil then their are tests a shop can perform before they tear it down to rule out other factors but no way for us to guess correct sight unseen

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Take the car for a run to get the oil nice and warm.

Jack the front of the car up and put it on proper axle stands, not bricks or a piece of wood. Place the axle stands on firm,level ground and make sure they are supporting a solid part of the car, not just the floor pan but something structural.

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Steal the washing up bowl from the kitchen sink or another suitable plastic container - make sure it will fit under the car and hold at least 10 litres and remember that you will never be able to use it for anything other than oil again.

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A bit more oil will come out when you unscrew the filter, so be prepared for it. Take the new filter and smear a bit of clean oil around the rubber gasket on it's face and screw it in. Only tighten the filter by hand. Don't strain yourself when tightening it, but it needs to be firm.

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