They are gaskets under your valve covers that keep oil from leaking out.
it could possibly have either a blown head gasket or intake manifold gaskets leaking
I'm assuming your grand am has a 3400 v6 which are known for intake and head gaskets leaking. so its possible that one of those gaskets are leaking so bad that coolant is leaking from intake/heads down onto your valvetrain and then down into your oil pan. more than likely its your intake gaskets leaking.
If it's not due to rain, the heater core is probably leaking.
Most likely you have a blown had gasket.
Several reasons... It is produced by combustion. This normally will go out the tailpipe if the car gets warmed up. Condensation. Moisture from the air in both gasoline and oil. Leaking gaskets. Not as common, but can come from coolant. Bad thing, getting coolant into rest of engine.
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
Coolent leaks from pasenger side of engine.
if it is lowering oil and water both and is not leaking it may have a blown head gasket and it is going out the tailpipe
Leaking valve cover gaskets?
Could be the intake manifold gaskets are leaking.
Your gaskets are leaking and you are leaking antifreeze inside the manifold. Same thing happened to me on my silhouette and cutlass. The problem is the orange anti-freeze eats the gaskets. Will cost $2,000-to-$3,000 to fix. Sorry!
Rubber gaskets are used as seals between two objects, like a lid to a jar. Usually, rubber gaskets are used to prevent something from leaking. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gasket
That depends on the type of skimmer in ground or above ground and from what material it is made, The water is leaking between gaskets
Could be a couple things, best case is your valve covers gaskets are bad, and worst case is your intake is leaking.
Not unless it is leaking so badly as to get enough oil on the plug wires to short them out.
check your radiator hoses and change gaskets
Every mating surface where there is a possibility of something leaking out.
sounds like a blown head gasket, warped head, or cracked cylinder
white smoke out tailpipe.............coolant in engine oil looks like a chocolate milkshake
That depends on which plug is leaking, most can be changed in vehicle.That depends on which plug is leaking, most can be changed in vehicle.
It is possible that a part of the EGR valve has fallen out. This will cause a very loud exhaust noise.
head gaskets are probably bad and leaking oil onto crossover pipe .
Are you sure it is the water pump gaskets. It could be leaking some somewhere else, like the lower intake gasket
You just have to see where it is leaking. There are numberous gaskets and hoses it can be coming from. Have it preasurized and it will be easier to find.