By repairing he problem, which is more than likely a blown head gasket. Do not drive this car as severe engine damage will occur. My two cents:
Note that other leaks can cause this problem. GM 3.1L and 3.4L SFI engines get this problem from a lower intake gasket. Chrysler OHC V6 Engines (chain timed) will do this if the water pump leaks.
no but antifreeze in oil will eat the bearings
No, oil is lighter than antifreeze.
NO! Take it to a mechanic immediately. Call AAA at once, if you are a member. Oil is not antifreeze and antifreeze is not oil!
A bad head gasket is the most common cause of antifreeze mixing in the oil. The antifreeze will dilute the oil and it will eventually cause your engine to seize up.
if there is engine oil in the antifreeze generally indicates a cracked head on the engine
Look at the oil on the dipstick. If you have antifreeze leaking into the crankcase the oil will be milky.
Intake gaskets have failed.
vehicle will overheat. just dump the oil and antifreeze , flush engine and refill with clean oil
Could be oil mixing with antifreeze indicating a bad head gasket Are you losing motor oil?
antifreeze leaking into the oil pan
Odds are you have blown a head gasket and the antifreeze and oil flow share the same gasket. As the gasket wears, the antifreeze mixes into the oil and vice versa! I suggest replacing your current antifreeze and do a full flush. Test it for a few days and test if you have oil again. A tell tell sign of a blown head gasket is black smoke (burning oil) or white smoke (burning antifreeze ) coming out the exhaust.
a blown head gasket
Antifreeze in the oil of any engine means there is a crack in the head gasket, or worse, in the block.
You can fix oil that is getting mixed with antifreeze in a Ford Econoline 250 of the year '98 by replacing the head gasket in the vehicle. A blown head gasket will cause the antifreeze and oil to mix.
If there is motor oil in the antifreeze reservoir there is a good chance there is also antifreeze in the motor oil. This condition is probably the result of a bad head gasket or a cracked head. Antifreeze mixing with motor oil is a recipe for disaster for the engine. Have a trusted mechanic diagnose the situation soon as possible to hopefully avoid even more costly repairs.
No. Antifreeze should not mix with engine oil in any vehicle.
NO!!!! do not do this, oil is oil, transmission fluid is transmission fluid, and antifreeze is antifreeze, do not mix any of these, it can perminately damage your engine.
there is no water mixed with the oil but have antifreeze coming out of the exhaust
you will have antifreeze in your oil!
HEadgasket failure, internal oil cooler leak.
If you find traces of oil in the antifreeze it's an indication of broken engine gasket. You need to go consult with a professional.