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My Grand Voyager strarted to overheat, the fan came on but the temperature continued to rise..I STOPPED THE CAR BEFORE THE TEMPERATURE WENT TOO CLOSE TO THE RED. When i looked underneath an oily brown substance was dripping out quite quickly. Is this a head gasket or something like ?

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It is 100 % head gasket
the brown is water mixed oil
fix it as quick as possible please or you will loose much more things

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