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Q: I have water and fuel in my oil

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I have fuel and water in my oil i went to take the spark plugs out to test it and when i did the passenger side of the vehicle third spark plug back on the passenger side antifreeze coming out
My car has an automatic transmission.

This is due to a possible blown head gasket near the number 6 cylinder on the engine. You have aluminum heads and may have a crack in the head. I would recommend having the system checked by a certified technician who can look over the car in person, detect any leaks, and advise you on a repair.

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