Question about 1989 Dodge Dynasty
Sounds typical of head gasket failure.
With this you get oil into cylinders / water into cylinders, burning oil, loosing water - but no leaks. "boiling" of radiator and overflows.
Check your coolant and oil levels - they will be low.
Get a few quotes for a head gasket replacement - and timing belt change, as it has to come off when you do this anyway & no sense putting an old one on - they often snap if retensioned.
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