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HandyHowie is spot on here ... you need to change out the collapsing radiator hose as the first step to solving your issue. Your symptoms point to this as being the reason for it overheating at speed. This, however, will only be a "first step", because more than likely you are going to find more issues with it. When the coolant heats up the coolant hoses ...


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howdyyawl! if the presence of oil is in the coolant and coolant in the oil, check the filler cap. remove the cap, if white residue is visible, there is definitely a leak in the gaskets somewhere. maybe in the head gasket or timing cover, in any case it will be an expensive fix, especially if a diesel. If an oil cooler is fitted, check all points of coolant ...


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If it is an overhead valve engine the valves Must be re-adjusted after head gasket removal and replacement (any time the head is removed), this is most likey the issue. My Briggs V twin had the same hard crank or crank and stop issue but due to many hours of run time, adjusted the valves and Wha-La, turned over like a champ. This is a known issue with ...


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Subaru moved to the MLS (Multi-layered Steel) gaskets on the Outback in 2010, so there are a lot fewer gasket issues now (it's a Subaru... I won't say Never, but yours looks OK...) More important, check the maintenance (if any) and the recalls on the CVT transmission. On middle-aged Subarus, that's the weak spot. Check the warranty extension program (https:/...


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I'm not seeing any issues here ... at all. It looks absolutely immaculate considering it is going on eight years old. Remember, no gasket or seal does its job completely. You might get a little bit of seepage from them, especially after they get a little bit old. Head gaskets, as long as you don't overheat the engine or disturb the seal will continue to do ...


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