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I bought a mazda 929, 88 model, when the engine winds over it sends exaust pressure n fumes into the radiator makin the water pour out the exaust pipe n the radiator cap n the over flow bottle, is this a manifold gasket or a head gasket or something else

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    water runs out of bottom of radiator when turning over engine

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Sounds like a blown head gasket, time to tear that engine down and rebuild it

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