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Water in oil pan when changing oil??? where would it be coming from

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You probably have a leaking head gasket or a cracked head you need a mechanic to fix these unless you know what your doing and this could cost you up to $1,000 to fix so you shouldn't be driving the car at all. So have it towed to a mechanic shop of your choice
I've had head gaskets leak so it's not fun.
Good Luck!!!

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