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OVER EATS OVER HEATS CHANGED MAINFOLD GASKET CHAGED WATER PUMP

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  • garciasandra Jul 13, 2010

    water pump broke do you guys ]think because the water pump broke it cause water to go into my oil you guys know what i put in water and its gne in 10 min collent gunk in my oil cap blown haed gasket do think

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Ehhh easy solution check you thermastat if that its sticking shut wont let coolient go thru causing it to over heat

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