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ENGINE OIL IN COOLANT SYSTEM

I REPACED ENGINE OIL COOLER AND FLUSHED COOLANT SYSTEM 6 TIMES. STILL OIL GETTING IN COOLANT SYSTEM. CALLED CHRYSLER TECH. SUPPORT. NO HELP. UNIT HAS 110563 MILES OUT OF WARRANTY.

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Hi. the head gaskets on this engine should be replaced asap. they are worn and cracked. this will permit the mixture you have stated in your post.

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Either your oil cooler is faulty or blown gasget. Oil cooler located on left side of cylinder block size of little bigger than cigaret packet made from aluminium

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