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The car is consuming oil and coolant.

(2002 Volvo S60)
in El Cajon, CA on June 02, 2010
The car is consuming oil and coolant. What is going on? I have never had this problem with other cars. I am not leaking oil or coolant. The car is just consuming it. Is this a sign of a major repair in my near future?
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on June 02, 2010
This may be a sign that you have a blown headgasket. Do you have any problems starting the car in the morning? Do you see any smoke from the tailpipe? How often do you need to add oil and/or coolant?
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