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Don't flush the system until you've resolved the problem. This is not a diagnosis you want to do in the driveway. For a permanent solution take it to a mechanic. They can replace anything that may have been damaged by the oil. If you want a quick fix without any more information, I'd suggest looking at the engine oil cooler. If the car is still running normally without a loss of power and white smoke coming out of the exhaust It's more than likely your issue, and also a cheap and easy part to replace.
 

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Reading up on the oil cooler design, I can't help but shake my head. Apparently this is a common issue on these engines. Mainly because they put the cooler and lines right next to the exhaust manifold... Engineers, right? Looks like I'll be replacing mine as preventative maintenance. Deleting the oil cooling lines might also be an option. Here's a helpful video "
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