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I had problem with the engine . the engine is not running smoothly . the engine oil is mix either with fuel or water. im losing too much water from the tank every day .i do not know where is going . i had one day day the timing belt broken and i changed it .
and since then i got this problem.
thax for your help

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Check your gas kit... and the rediator pipes.. they should nt be leaking.. if you hr having mixing of water and oil then sheck gaskit and water body of ur car

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