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    milk in overflow bottle

    Need advise, engine overheated driving to work. Let sit all day and engine starts and runs fine, Had truck towed home and found about 1 gallon of Evans coolant left in radiator. This am drained coolant and added distilled water to find leak. No leak found , engine runs fine, but coolant overflow bottle looks like milk, i drained a little water from radiator petcock and no milk. Engine oil and trans oil looks ok. Not sure where coolant went. Any ideas? Thanks for any help.
    99.5 Q/Cab S/B ATS Housing,W/wheel,Magnaflow Exhaust,Areo turbine,AFE STG/2 intake,Diablo/Predator, 203 T/Stat,Evans coolant,Heater Valve Mod,H/X Hose , Itp fuel tank mod,JNB regulated fuel system,overboost eliminator/Harpooned tank/Air Dog Preporator /Kelderman rear air bag suspension/Fabtech 4" lift, 10x16 Pro Comp wheels with Bridgestone 305's

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    You've got either fuel or engine oil in the coolant. Smell the coolant. You'll probably know which. I'm guessing fuel, since your crankcase is clean oil. Your next call should be to Domestic Diesel. Ask for John. :)
    2006 F250 6.0 SCLB Auto

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