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Old 29-03-19, 12:26 PM   #1
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i have problem with my car
when i check the coolant level , i see oil and water mixed
my friend say maybe i have problem with oli cooler
is that true ???
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Old 29-03-19, 03:35 PM   #2
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What engine do you have

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Old 29-03-19, 03:47 PM   #3
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Mixing of fluids is never a good sign full stop. It could be head gasket, oil cooler seals/gaskets, cracked head, cracked block. Blocks and heads are pretty robust on modern engines but alloy heads can warp if run too hot. Oil cooler is probably the easiest and cheapest to fix so Id start there. Do you see any water in the oil ?
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Oil coolers are a common issue on diesel dont jump straight to head gasket as if diesel it is highly unlikely
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I had this problem on a 307 2.0hdi, turned out to be the head gasket, which was a surprise as on a diesel there usually very robust, I would rule out other causes first (oil cooler etc) before suspecting a bad head gasket
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this is image of oil cooler radiator ,
i want to know ,is any way to repair this
or i should to change it ?
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Old 30-03-19, 12:51 AM   #7
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[QUOTE=windy1603;2239738]What engine do you
1.6 16v THP
ep6dt (5FT) petrol
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What engine do you
1.6 16v THP
ep6dt (5FT) petrol
clean it up with a wire brush, get some new seals, make sure you clean the engine block where it mounts too as well.

I had to do mine twice, mines the petrol version and a 3 hour job, as the exhaust mainfold needs to come off to get to it, first time I did it, a few days later it started leaking oil again, so the 2nd time I did it, I cleaned it all up, then before putting in new seals, I filled the cavities with silicon, gently rested the seals on top, as you screw the coller back onto the engine, the seals will naturally push firmly into place, pushing out the silicon around them to make damn sure its not ggoing to leak or mix.
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Old 30-03-19, 11:51 AM   #9
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thank you so much 🙏🏻
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i dont see any water in oil ,
but i see oil in water
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