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97 3.0 stock. started overheating. now blows white smoke. exhaust smells like coolant, coolant res. smells like fuel. gasket or head? compression test back to front right side 110, 30, 75. left side 75, 65, 75. any ideas?
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97 3.0 stock. started overheating. now blows white smoke. exhaust smells like coolant, coolant res. smells like fuel. gasket or head? compression test back to front right side 110, 30, 75. left side 75, 65, 75. any ideas?
Had a 93 that did that and it was the Head Gasket.
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