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I have a 2002 l200 turbo intercooled with 105000 miles ,engine putting a slight amount of engine oil into water what can be the problem

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Alrighty ... That's not a whole lot of miles, but being as it is turbo'd, maybe I can understand it. First: Watch your tailpipe. Does the exhaust appear to be white? Shut off the engine, go out, pop the hood, open up the radiator cap. Start the engine. Does the water bubble, or smoke vent off the top? It could be a broken head gasket, if it does not show these signs, it could be that instead of going into the cylinder, it moved it from the water to the oil passages. Either way, just watch that the reverse does not occur: That WOULD be disastrous.

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