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Old 03-31-2010, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default 1999 Accord Oil in radiator but no coolant in engine.

I just picked up a 1999 accord 2.3L. The guy said he originally thought it was the radiator(replaced it) still didn't fix the problem. Then went on to the head gasket, had the head resurfaced and pressure checked for cracks. Put head back on with new gasket and problem still occurs. I checked the transmission fluids. What could cause the radiator to fill with oil but no coolant exists in the engine. I'm about to just pull the motor and put another in!
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