is there a differance between oil in the radiator and water in the oil??

Asked by GuruN5LD8 Oct 13, 2019 at 04:21 PM about the 1980 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Not really, they Both seem to indicate that the engine was over heated and heads may be warped and head gasket blown. Mostly, engine won't run but in some cases it might still turn on but will eventually stop

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Not really, they Both seem to indicate that the engine was over heated and heads may be warped and head gasket blown. Mostly, engine won't run but in some cases it might still turn on but will eventually stop ...you do need to rebuild the heads in the engine

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