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It seems I have a little oil in my radiator when I went to change the thermastat. It's not all the way brown or "Chocoalate Shake" looking. It's justa very very thin and small substance of oil. That's not all eithier, I still can't figure out why the hell I have fliud (Not gas) coming out of my Air Intake pipe. What up wit dat?
 

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Sounds like you have a bad headgasket...

That will explain both...You prolly have antifreeze in your oil as well...
 

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You think if I replace my lower intake gaskets, that might help too? I did replace the upper and it stopped oil from going in between my upper and lower intake.
 

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You think if I replace my lower intake gaskets, that might help too? I did replace the upper and it stopped oil from going in between my upper and lower intake.
If you have oil in your radiator and "fluid" in your intake...

Im guessing you have anit-freeze in your oil as well...Does the car smoke at all?
 

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ok i have friends with the same 2 problems, my friends GTP had oil in the radiator and found out that it was a bad gasket, i think it was his head gasket.

another friend i found oil in his intake tubing, was a bad pcv i think, he took it to a shop
 
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