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There is grease in radiator. I have owned this car for 9 years. Husband is the only one that has worked on it. He thinks something about a "plastic" intake manifold gasket??? that has developed problems allowing the grease to get to the radiator. HELP Please

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Sounds like you have a bad head gasket ( did the car over heat ) if it did then the head gasket .

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