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You should change the oil cooler, egr cooler (delete it would be best), have the heads checked. When the oil cooler gets clogged, it causes the egr cooler to fail. When the egr cooler fails, you will see coolant in the intake (just pop the egr valve off and see if it is wet in there). If coolant has infiltrated the oil, look at the oil cooler. Coolant and oil run through that thing. Most show oil in the coolant bottle when it fails, but I don't see why it wouldn't put coolant in the oil.
It is a chain reaction.... Oil cooler clogs then egr cooler can't pass coolant and it will fail by introducing coolant into the intake, then headgaskets will fail if it is not taken care of.
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