You would change the head gasket. You would also have the head checked for cracks and warpage. You would also change the engine oil and filter.
A few things to consider would be rings are bad, blown head gasket, valves are bent...
Head gasket Cracked head
Blown head gasket.Blown head gasket.
most likely a blown head gasket, cracked head, or bad intake gasket. with the s series. i would venture to say blown head gasket.
The Intake gasket is leaking, NOT THE HEAD GASKET. Replace the intake gasket
head gasket gone, depending on where the gasket fails determins the visual affects of gasket failure
bad head gasket , warped or cracked cylinder head
It would be recommended if coolant had mixed with the engine oil before the head gasket was replaced.
Yeah it will be the head gasket.
yes it does when u blow the head gasket the oil mixes with the water
you have a blown head gasket water is getting in to the engine oil
Blown head gasket
bad head gasket , warped head , etc.
most likely a blown head gasket.
Antifreeze in your oil is symptomatic of a blown head gasket. If your head gasket is blown you may have warped your head ( and possibly cracked it ). The fix for this is to remove the head and take it to a machine shop and to replace it along with a new head gasket.
My first gues would be a blown head gasket, the same thing happend to my s-10 when the head gasket gave out.
You have coolant getting mixed in with the oil. The head gasket and intake manifold gasket would be your most likely culprits.
When oil and water are combined in the engine it will form a white frothy mixture which will be evident on the dipstick. Definate indicator of a blown head-gasket
The symptoms you are describing could be caused by a leaky cylinder head gasket.
How do you know the gasket is not bad? f you oil is milky then there is moisture mixed with the oil. This can be a blown head gasket or a warped or cracked head.
The head gasket seals the head to the engine block. Coolant and oil flow through the head. The gasket prevents then from mixing together. The valve cover gasket only prevents oil from splashing onto the engine and exposing the valve train and moving parts to the outside of the engine. No coolant makes contact with the valve cover gasket.
Not necessarily. Check the rocker gasket.
I don't know which one was at fault but I replaced the head, the head gasket, and the intake manifold gasket.