Question about Ford Mustang
Sounds like a blown head or intake gasket. Coolant in the oil is a sure sign. Another sure sign is loss of coolant with no obvious leaks.
Coolant in the cylinders will emit white smoke, and the fuel smell is probably raw fuel passing through because it can't ignite due to the coolant.
Pull the dipstick and if the oil looks milky, then it is a blown gasket, or worst case scenario, a cracked head or block.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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