My car was not warmed up all the way got stuck in snow checked the oil its a little milky oil on the cap no overheating or white smoke is my gasket blown

Asked by Feb 28, 2015 at 05:44 PM about the 2001 Ford Mustang Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I was thinking condensation cause it wasnt warm .

Water in crankcase from, non-coolant, will appear as a white emulsion on the oil fill cap, looks like Elmer's glue

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if the oil on the dip stick was milky you might head gasket problem. but if it was just on the bottom of the cap you might not have a problem. that is just moisture build up. if you are loosing coolant and don't know where it's going. it might be going in your oil.

50,735

Bottom of the cap and not on the dipstick, probably not a problem. Is it losing coolant?

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