I have a 1988 Ford F-150 with the bulletproof 300
straight 6 in it I have been checking my oil a lot
because I noticed I had some moisture in it I
changed the oil as soon as I noticed this and ran it
haven't noticed anything for about 2 weeks so I do
not think this is a head gasket problem because I
think I would have noticed something within 2
weeks of daily driveing but I just checked it and it
was milky I believe I have a case of condensation in
the engine how do I or even condensation? Again it
is my daily driver so I do drive it short distances and
turn it off
Driving the car further to fully warm up the engine will help reduce condensation. Make sure the PCV is working properly too.
Could this also affect oil pressure?
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