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My coolant seems to have oil mixed with it. It is a milky color. What is causing this?

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This could be a bad head gasket or intake manifold gasket. The only other thing that will usually do that to the coolant is if you or anyone else in the trucks past has added stop leak to the coolant as this is usually oil based and has the same appearance.

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