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Old 11-18-2008, 09:46 PM
duxthe1 duxthe1 is offline
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Antifreeze in the oil makes me think there is a crack somewhere from the overheating. Typical head gasket failures are oil in the coolant, and combustion in the coolant. Coolant in the oil makes me think crack, though I'm not saying a head gasket couldn't do it. Also isn't there also o-rings that seal coolant between the timing cover and block that can leak? I would pull the valve covers off and pressurize the cooling system. You can then peer down into the timing cover and visually check for coolant leaks into the crankcase.
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