I have water in my oil.
Water in the oil usually mean you have a blown head gasket. This happens normally when the engine overheats and warps the head causing the water to leak into the oil passages of the head where the gasket meets the block. If this is the case the engine will likely need a complete overhaul. A trained technician can perform a leak down test to determine if this is the case.
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