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THERE IS WATER IN OIL ,AND ITS HAD THE OIL COOLER CHANGED,COOLING SYSTEM HAS BEEN FLUSHED,OIL HAS BEEN CHANGED ,BUT ITS STILL LEAKING SOMEWHERE,IM GESSING HEAD GASKET BUT I DONT KNOW,THE FORD DEALER SAID JUST PUT A NEW MOTOR IN IT,BUT I DONT REALLY TRUST THEM AND THAT WOULD BE THE EASIEST THING FOR THEM TO DO,INCE THEY DONT WANT TO TAKE THE TIME TO TEAR INTO IT.THIS WOULD BE THE 96 IT HAS 175000MILES ON IT.ANY IDEAS ON WHERE WE SHOULD LOOK FOR OUR LEAK?


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Is it just water in the oil or is there oil in the water also. If it was the oil cooler there would be oil in your water not the other way around. Sounds like you in for some fun. I just had this happen to me. I had to rebuild. HERE is a link to my thread on what happened to me

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OK I READ YOUR THREAD AND I GOT A DIFFERENT PROBLEM I THINK ,BECAUSE MINES LOOSING OIL INTO THE WATER ,WE JUST DROVE IT AROUND THE BLOCK AND LOST A GALLON OF OIL INTO THE WATER.BUT ITS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A NEW OIL COOLER IN IT THATS WHAT IT WAS IN THE SHOP FOR UNLESS THEY DIDNT DO IT RIGHT.GET BACK TO ME ON WHAT YOU THINK ID REALLY LIKE TO FIGURE THIS OUT YOU KNOW HOW IT IS


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Ok first you said water in oil (really bad) then you said oil in water (not so bad). I am assuming because you said you just had the cooler replaced that it is your problem again. That or the cooler gasker, did they use a new gasket? I would hope so. If you don't have water in the oil then its not quite as bad.


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