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My 1994 4.6L Lincoln Executive Series has water in the oil but the problem is not blown head gaskets.

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How do you know? Could be the oil cooler (where the oil filter bolts to the engine)

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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http://www.synthetic-direct.ca/technical/reset_oil_service_light_lincoln.htm

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