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Oil in coolant

If your oil cooler goes. Could you have oil in the coolant, but not coolant in the oil? Thanks.


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yep, you may as well replace hpop while you are in there.
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Yes. Over time, it's possible to also contaminate the oil with coolant.

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yep, my oil cooler went bad and, i noticed a bit of oil in coolant, luckly i caught it just in time and changed the cooler and flushed my system out, my egr cooler was already deleted. but if you can monitor you temps look to see if the oil temp is significantly higher then the coolant temp. but thats gonna be hard considering oils mixing with coolant.
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