1999 Saturn SL "coolant oil" Questions

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...oil in coolant --nice clean oil in motor , you have an oil cooler leaking oil into the cooling system , replace the oil cooler , I have not been able to get the black sludge out of the coolant ...

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oil in the coolant There is oil in the coolant of my 1996 saturn sl1. found no traces of coolant in the engine oil, only oil in the coolant. just looking for possibilites of what it could be. thanks. ...

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oil in coolant. 136K mi, compression @ 167 to 172, & NO water in oil. Replaced headgasket & now no bubbles in coolant. Counseled ref to history of crack(s) in #3 or 4 cam journal on 1.9L-SOHC.

...oil in coolant..runs good no smoke on over heating runs good just loss of oil in coolant jug??? if what is in the coolant jug looks like sludge then it is the coolant breaking down, this car used GM ...

...oil using coolant and when the seals perish the oil and coolant mix,is it over heating? you have a blown head gasket. oil is entering the coolant system because of the faulty gasket oil in the ...

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...Oil in coolant is a different problem than coolant in oil. The former is a low pressure leak, and could indicate only an intake manifold gasket. It could also be an early or small head gasket leak. ...

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...oil in your coolant overflow tank? If so, then it sounds like you either have a blown head gasket or cracked head. My car is a 2003 Malibu there is a something dork in my coolant it don't look or ...

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oil in the coolant system You have a head gasket problem. Check oil as well, there is probably coolant in there as well. Is the tail pipe putting out a lot of white steam?

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oil in coolant no coolant in oil & runs great. the head has been reworked. Head gasket is failing. If you have had the head redone then there was probably oil in the coolant before. If it is just ...

...It will smell sweet. Check your coolant level, and if it's low, do not run it. Blue smoke is generally from oil consumption. A compression test may determine your issue. Check your oil in the

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