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HELP PLEASE! 95 caprice lt1 running hot

Old July 1st, 2011, 7:24 AM
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Question HELP PLEASE somebody anybody please! 95 caprice lt1 running hot

First off I have a bad oil leak yesterday after driving a mile or two started seeing steam from under Hood then power steering went out so I pulled over popped the hood, bottom hose connected to radiator smoking bad, coolant seeping from the bucket you pour it in..after it cooled I took the cap off and noticed the coolant (dexcool Orange) was very dark and dirty lookin note I had just added coolant two days prior.what could be the problem? Please list from cheapest to most expensive ways to fix I'm kinda low on cash where should I start?

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Not enough infomation.

Do you have the proper radiator cap. (I'm so behind in the times it might not have one) Look it up in the manual.

Where is the oil leak?

Was the coolant overflow a milky type of looking? =
Head gasket.

Power steering went out. Did your engine stop?

So many variables.
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