why would gas be mixing with watrer in a 2000 ford windsta

Asked by Jul 26, 2014 at 01:35 PM about the 2000 Ford Windstar SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it lost al the water when we put waer in it it is ixing with gas and wont start

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119,005

Possibly blown head gasket or blown intake gasket.

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72,065

Agree with dandy.

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Ditto but I'd say more likely intake manifold gasket

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If I may ask...how do you know there is gas in coolant? Is there an odor of gas in the radiator? Or what...? Just trying to figure this out more friend

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Or the other way around...coolant in gas?

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gas is in the coolant

72,065

Blowed intake gasket,

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