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I have water in my oil

(2000 Cadillac Escalade)
in San Leandro, CA on September 15, 2013
I got water in my oil but the vehicle did not over heat. What are some possibilities? Head gasket, cracked head, oil cooler??
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of Greg's Orange Auto on September 16, 2013
intake manifold gasket is most likely leaking coolant into crank case
of Costa Auto Care and Tire on September 15, 2013
Hello,
Intake manifold gaskets are common failures on that engine and can cause coolant to get into the oil.
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