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2011-02-15 20:10:06

Yes. There is coolant flowing through your heads and if that gasket is blown then coolant could be entering your cylinders, causing stalling. Check your oil, if it is "Chocolate milky" looking, then you have coolant entering your oil, possibly from a blown head gasket or many other locations.

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