You probably have a blown head gasket, thus letting the water from the radiator get into the oil. In the worst case, you could have a damaged cylinder head gasket or a cracked block. That would cause oil to be found in your coolant as well as water in your oil. More commonly, a bad pcv valve or rocker arm cover gasket is to blame. What kind of car is it. On some cars it is very common and is not a problem at all.
Check the oil dipstick. if it is milky white that is evidence of water or moisture. also remove the oil fill cap from the valve cover and look for moisture
when the engine cools moisture in the oil condensates in the oil dipstick tube. Some times changing the PVC valve will solve this. Unless it is severe then dont worry about it
Either a combustion chamber, an oil vein, or both. Check for white smoke out the tail pipe for a combustion chamber leak and if the oil on the dipstick looks like chocolate milk it's contaminated with coolant.
look for any mixing of coolant/water with your engine oil...on dipstick (looks like chocolate milk or frothy white), check your coolant reservoir for oil contamination...these are typical signs of a blown head gasket
If you want to know if there is water in your oil you can tell by pulling the oil dipstick and if the oil is white then there is water in your oil. oil with water in it turns white... it looks foamy and almost the consistancy of a milkshake.
under the battery it has a white ball on the ned of the dipstick
behind the block in a 4 cyl. the dipstick is white and says engine on it
pale but if you don't beleive me check out her no makeup pictures she almost looks white as bae suzy
TJ Magna....remove the air intake duct (between radiator and air filter) there is a white dipstick on the front side of the trans with ATF on it (automatic transmission fluid) pull the dipstick to check fluid level
if the dipstick has white foamy stuff on it
white because it has more moisture
All the way down on the trans case you should see a small white ball. That is the handle for the dipstick.
It has moisture (water) in it.
If your Eagle still has the Diagram sticker on the underside of the hood, this should explain exactly where the transmission dipstick is located. For the purpose of disclsure, it is a smal,l ususally white, plastic ball about a half inch in diameter on the lower left of the transmission as viewed from the engine compartment. Yo need to reach down to the left. The white plastic ball looks like a plug rather than a traditional ringed dipstick handle. Theres the confusion. This is a bit of a bugger when the engine is hot and or running. CAUTION!
its by the steering pump...... Handle should be white or yellow
a white widow?!?
The Dipstick is located to the left of the battery (if facing car while looking under the hood) It is hidden , but white and has the letters ATF on it.
Then, your diamond looks opaque white under a black light.
Black looks more professional. White looks more friendly. You can not see scratches as easily on the white iPad.
White smoke at start up is due to moisture in the exhaust or on a diesel it can be normal due to the engine being cold.White smoke at start up is due to moisture in the exhaust or on a diesel it can be normal due to the engine being cold.
Micheal Jackson is white not black
=im not sure...but i have a science project on bread mold and i have been reasearching like crazy and i think that white does have a higher moisture level=
no it looks like a scare but looks ace
perlite are the white specs its used for retaining moisture. they also sell it seperatley
apple cider tastes like apple and white vinegar looks white and vinegar looks like vinegar.