coolant problem on 1991 Nissan 240SX

what causes gasoline to get into my coolant system

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Gasoline has no way of getting into the cooling system unless some one inadvertently puts it into the cooling system. Gasoline is part of the combustion process, if a head gasket fails Carbon Monoxide which is a by product of gasoline combustion can be found in the cooling system.