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The car is overheating,it seems that the engine oil and water vapor are mixing.even when overheating the temperature gauge isn't indicating

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Dear Sir,
It is very danger symptom of mixing engine il and water/coolant if it is there then please replace cylinder head gasket , if get it done early then you have toi replace gasket only if you continue run the car then it may cause to engine seze, please get it done ..
Thanks

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