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What cause oil to mix with water and overheating

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It's defiantly your head gasket replace that and you will be in good shape

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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    and while your at it i would replace all of your top end gaskets just to be safe. the kit costs $17.99 on ebay with $3.99 shipping cost to the us.

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