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If there is engine oil in the radiator or coolant in the crank case. That can be caused by the oil cooler, head gasket, head, or the block. A crack will allow for cross contamination. Which do you have. Oil in the coolant or coolant in the oil?
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Oil in the coolant means the leak is where the oil pressure is higher than the coolant pressure, so that rules out the block to blame. I suggest a cylinder compression and leak down test to confirm the head gasket is fine and the head is not warped. If it passes then I would replace the head (s) for a possible internal crack not visible.
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