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Bubbles coming from head gasket

2000 grand marquis with 134000 miles i' ve notice small bubbles coming from the head gasket driver side front bottom. it's doesn't smoke, run hot.or used oil. what can cause this.

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Blown head gasket. You will need to get your head gasket replaced

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