You didn't ask specifics so I'll generalize the answer. For most vehicles the oil (fill) cap is located directly on the top of the block of the engine. It should be marked with a picture of an oil can on it. It should be in plain view when you pop the hood.
cap that covers the oil fill hole in engine
Oil filler cap cover the hole in the engine where engine oil is added
An oil filler cap is a metal that covers the hole where the oil is poured.
Oil is added on top of the valve cover. There is a cap, that usually says oil on it. Remove the cap and the oil can be added here.
Oil sputter is going to be a normal thing if the oil cap is not on while the engine is running. The engine should never be run with the oil cap open. The engine actually has less compression when the oil cap is open, and this could hurt the engine.
Find the cap at the top of the valve cover. Remove the cap and add the oil.
There is usually a cap on one of the valve covers. There is an oil filler cap, you are just overlooking it. Look closer.
There is a cap on the valve cover that says oil or has a picture of an oil can. Remove the cap and add oil.
Condensation of moisture mixed with the oil film inside the cap. If oil in oil pan is not "milky" you are ok.
if it is the 3.5 engine large plastic cap on the bottom of oil pan cap is about the same diameter as an oil filter drain oil then remove this cap oil filter is attached hope this helps
Check the oil filler cap or the owners manual for recommended viscosity.
Look at your oil cap. The weight is on the cap.
If the oil cap says 5w20, use 5w20. If the cap just has a yellow symbol, use 5w30.If the oil cap says 5w20, use 5w20. If the cap just has a yellow symbol, use 5w30.
Too much oil, only thing I can think of. Either that or your seals on the cap are worn.
There is an oil cap on the top of the valve cover. Remove the cap, add some oil.
It is a round cap, about 2 or 3 inches in diameter, usually with the word "oil" on it.
Remove the oil filler cap and there should be a dipstick attached to the cap
there is suppose to be a small reservoir next to the coolant cap. this is the cap of pottle where you add steering oil. if you do not have such a cap, you do not need to add steering oil, because you do not have ABS.
Check the oil fill cap, it should require 5w20.Check the oil fill cap, it should require 5w20.
In the cap that says "oil" on the valve cover. If the cap says 710 turn it over.
It's on the driver-side of the engine. And it will say "Oil" on the cap.
Open filler cap, add oil, replace filler cap...
look at the oil fill cap
look on the engine for a cap that says oil