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I just replaced the water pump and timing belt on a 2000 Intrepid 3.2l. As soon as I started it to bleed the air out of the cooling system oil started to bubble up through the reservoir and through the bleeder screw. The oil dip stick is now showing empty. I was unable to remove remove one of the lower compression fittings on the passenger side of the radiator, the big nut came off and the fitting was loose. I completed the job and tightened up the fitting the best I could. Is this an oil cooling line? Could the fitting brake inside and pump all the engine oil into the radiator?
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