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Diesel fuel is mixing with the coolant and getting into the radiator what seems to be the prob?

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Most likley the seals round the injector sleeves have gone .

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Blown head gasket?

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Definately a blown head gasket..
does it run rough?

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Hi, i replace the thermostat and water pump flashed the radiator has coolant but still overheating, what else could it be its golf 4 tdi diesel 2002. Thank you


Radiator may have rust/salt deposits inside, if that is case its cheaper and better to change the radiator. Also for future don't use normal tap water in radiator, use a coolant + ph balanced water meant for radiators to reduce salt buildup inside radiator.

Also check the radiator fan is working ok and rotating in the right direction, sucking cool air inside not blowing out hot engine air to the radiator. Some electric fans can have wires mixed up so they start in the wrong direction. (make sure fan is sucking cool air outside towards the engine).

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to ignite the fuel. So while no actual damage has been caused, as has
been stated, you will have to clean out all of the diesel before it
will run again. The mechanics tell you they have to replace all of
those parts, while really it is a matter of getting as much diesel out
as you can, and letting the rest burn off with the gas. A bit of
diesel mixed with gasoline would have the effect of a bit of oil mixed
with the gas, a little smoke. Good luck and run the engine on the highest octane
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