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Toyota celica 2.0gt

I have a 1995 toyota celica. i'v just changed the water pump new radiator and couple ov hoses. i;v noticed oil in the radiator and over heats the engine. i'v flushed engine out but oil has come back into the radiator and water expansion tank. is there any seal that could be damaged or has the head gasket gone ?
many thanks richt

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It sounds like your head gasket unfortunately

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    • 1 Drain the cooling system. Place a waste oil collection pan underneath the petcock valve on the lower corner of the radiator. Open the petcock valve to drain the system.
    • 2 Remove the bolts that connect the fan shroud to the radiator core and remove the fan shroud.
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    The thermostat is located in the water inlet housing that is connected to the lower radiator hose.
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    Fig. The oil filter must be removed to access the thermostat on the 5S-FE engine
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    Fig. Disconnect the engine coolant temperature switch wiring located on the side of the thermostat housing
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    Fig. Align the jiggle valve within a 5°gap of the stud bolt-5S-FE engine
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