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I have oil in my water system any ideas? - 1996 Audi A4

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  • Jim May 30, 2010

    how did you get on with the oil in the water? did oil cooler cure it

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GOOD CHANCE IT'S THE OIL COOLER, (JUST BEHIND OIL FILTER)

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