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coolant problem

ok guys i tried to search the fourm so if i missed it im sorry but here is my problem .

ok guys i really need some help here. ok dude brings over and 95 7.3 turbo. and has oil in coolant tank. but no coolant in oil. when i go to drain the coolant. the coolant in main radiator looks new .. though odd but whatever .ok well i do some digging around on web and seems everybody points toward oil cooler. ok so take oil cooler off, change the back gasket and all o'rings. get done with it . pour purple power in and add water to flush coolant out. and start it up and as soon as i start it up the top coolant hose builds so much pressure that coolant cap starts pouring out water and springs a leak at thermostat , so take stat out and try it and start it back up. and still pours water out coolant cap and top raid hose is very tight within 5 seconds after starting it up ?? then try to back flush the system then . and try it again and still same too much pressure. only not they r water in the oil . and they wasn't b4 ?? any advice ? i mean its odd that they was no water in oil b4 and the radiator was full of new coolant but coolant tank was almost straight oil

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