very bad! change the oil
You probably cracked your head gasket and now have water or antifreeze mixing with oil. Check under your oil fill cap if it looks like a slimy milkshake cahnces are that's the problem.
you can't, but wearing two caps helps a little bit
Generally, heating from below, which creates mixing.
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Of course as water is heated it expands and some faucets such as American Standard with the CAP WASHER sometimes open slightly and allow water to drip
water is mixing with your oil. it might be something as simple as moisture making its way into the oil compartment around the cap, or it could be something much more serious -- like a cracked block. take it to a technician.
it has to be still water, and they really only need a little bit more than a bottle cap full.
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If it is a after market fuel cap then the cord will not work on it. If you would like to have the little cord then you have to go the Chevrolet dealer and get a new cap form them. The new cap will have the little cord with it.
Like a cap with little brim. Made of wool.
It is a fluid build up on top of the knee cap
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You need a new radiator cap, you know that silver cap where you put the water into. The spring on the one you have is no good and is letting pressure from the water lines in the motor escape into the water reservoir hence the bubbling noise. Had the same problem and thought my car was heating up, but it turned out to be just that little cap problem.
Water in the in distributor cap. Replace it.
Check out the water filter. It's located in the back of the refrigerator under a plastic cap that screws off. You may want to move objects in the refrigerator away from where the filter is, because a little water might spill out when you take off the cap. Pull the filter out with your hand and examine it.
yellow reside on oil cap is caused by condensation of water and sludge from inside the engine. all petroleum products have a little water in em. your engine needs a good flushing and then oil and oilfilter changes more often
What do you mean by "pop" a water bottle? Making it forcefully open? By making a loud sound? You could just poke it with a needle, or do you mean the method of using enough pressure to make the cap "pop" off? If so, then, depending on the water bottle, you should take the cap off and squeeze the bottle a little bit and put the cap back on, so that there is some air missing inside the bottle. After this, simply twist the water bottle with both hands in two different directions so the plastic bends and collapses. Keep twisting it to build more air pressure inside the bottle, and when you feel that there is a ton of mechanical stress on it, simply twist the cap with a free finger (I use my thumb) to the right. ----->
a spring whose water flows from a crack in the cap rock over the aquifer
The cap plugs the hole so there is no way for water to leak out. Water can't travel through plastic.
get a water bottle then poke a hole in the cap then put a straw though the cap and there you go !
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