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Old 06-14-2011
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Overheat but no milky oil

my truck overheated and i flushed the radiator and put more water in it, i drove it home and it would barely go, its running really rough, i checked the oil and it was normal
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im wondering if my waterpump went out, could this be my problem
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even if its not mixing with the oil you could still have blown a gasket its just going straight out the exhaust do a cooling system pressure test and a compression test to see if any of those test tell you something
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ok thanks
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