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Radiator 22r toyota

There is oil getting in radiator

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This sounds like a broken head gasket. Water is separated from the oil, but the oil is seeping through a crack or break in the gasket and getting into the water. This can plug up the radiator and prevent cooling system from working.

Head gasket is a good days work to even a weekend and requires a great deal of expertise and most of these have special tools for the head bolts.

I would get repaired as soon as possible, as water is getting into the oil as well and can vapor lock the engine.

Chip

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