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Coolant leaking into oil

(2000 Dodge Intrepid)
in Baltimore, MD on March 03, 2009
Coolant leaking into oil, Head Gasket don't seem to have cracked yet, how can I stop this leak?
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on March 03, 2009
You have to find out where the coolant is getting into the oil to fix it. Could be a cracked head, head gasket, oil cooler etc. Have you overheated the car? The head gasket can leak coolant into an oil passage on the head/block and you can't be sure until you pull the heads off and inspect the gaskets.
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