It Could Be Any Of The Three.Remove The Head, Have It Tested. After Checking Gasket. The Head May Be Warped From Overheating And Normal Use. If The Head Gasket Is OK. I Suggest To Have The Head Tested. But The Block Could Be Cracked. If The Car Has An Aluminum Head As Most Do It Probably Is The Head Is Cracked. Heck Run It By A Good Radiator Shop And Have It Tested Under Pressure. See What They Suggest. Sorry To Be Of Such Little Help. My Bet Head. Best To You
Any internal coolant leak can cause a milky residue in the valve cover. Head gasket, intake gasket, cracked/warped head, cracked intake are possible causes.
Head gasket Cracked head
It will leak coolant just like it did before you installed a new gasket and you would have wasted time and money as you will have to take it apart again and replace not only the gasket but that cracked head.
Bad head gasket Cracked head Cracked block
Most likely a failed head gasket or a cracked or warped head. Less likely but possible is a crack in the block.
cracked head or bad gasket
Cracked head or bad head gasket.
Head gasket or cracked head
warped valve cover. bad gasket. cracked valve cover cracked block
bad head gasket , warped or cracked cylinder head
Bad head gasket and/or cracked head.
most likely a blown head gasket, cracked head, or bad intake gasket. with the s series. i would venture to say blown head gasket.
blown head gasket,cylinder head not torqued to specs. cracked/warped cylinder head.those are some causes.
Head gasket or cracked head. Mo
NO NO NO you can i guess but it will ruin your engine. You either have a cracked block or blown head gasket i would guess. Moisture in the engine will destroy it. In addition to a headgasket or cracked block (unlikely), would be cracked cylinder head, intake manifold gasket or manifold. What kind of car, what size engine? 1999 CADILLAC DEVILLE
you may have a blown head gasket or a cracked block
I had that happen once. That's a bad thing. That's either cracked head, blown head gasket, or cracked block.Not necessarily. The intake on some vehicles, especially late models, the coolant circulates thru the intake manifold. You could have a leaking hose or leaking manifold gasket. You would have other problems like cooant in the oil or oil in the coolant if you had a cracked head/block or a bad head gasket.
cracked head, or leaking head gasket, or cracked block
Blown head gasket
It would solve the head gasket or a cracked head. Sources: My dad.
bad head gasket , warped or cracked head
Possible failed valve cover gasket.Possible failed valve cover gasket.
bent valve, burnt valve, stuck valve, broken piston ring, cracked piston, cracked head, blown head gasket.
This is usually the sign of a broken head gasket, unless you drove through a body of water and got some in the crankcase.
cracked block, or blown head gasket