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Water and oil mixing in my car engine vw golf mk3 cl 1.4l

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If the mix is in the water header tank that is almost certainly head gasket failure but if the water is ok and you can just see a Biege coloured cream under the oil filler cap that is deemed as normal - caused by condensation.

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Sounds like you have a blown head gasket or a cracked block, pull the plugs and see witch one is wet that will be the cylinder that is leaking.

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