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Water in Oil.

In need of some expert advise. My 2000 7.3 lit., turbo engine just had piston repaired. After putting engine back together, noticing that the water level keeps dropping. Water mixed with oil. no crack in the heads or engine. Noticed a groove on sleeve liner.

Can anyone please tell me what else can cause this?
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Water in oil or oil in water?

Could be the oil cooler

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