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Your car stalls at junctions and there is oil in your water?

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Answered 2007-11-14 04:24:24

broken cylender head gasket. most likely water in oil as well. Is your oil milky?

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The light comes on when the car stalls because the engine is not running and the pump therefore is not pumping. The pressure will always be 0 when the engine stalls and the light is directly related to pressure. This is normal, you have no problem, other than the engine stalling.


When it comes to cars, oil and water don't mix. Oil has its own reservoir as does water.


It means, that you have to refill oil and cooling water.




Circulating water will not be sufficient and the car will overheat.


Water in the oil is a sure sign of a blown head gasket. Stop driving this car until you have this repaired or you will do serious engine damage.





if you can start car pull off the neg battery cable if car stalls its the altinater if it stays running it might be the battery


A good clue would be water in the oil. That said, just because you do not have water in the oil, doesn't mean the block is not cracked. Have a good mechanic check the car.


You can use plain water to get sludge out of your car radiator. You can use Marvel Mystery oil to remove sludge from the oil pan.


The oil on the road keeps the water from settling on the ground, and when the water freezes on top of the oil it doesnt allow a stable surface and cause the car too break loose


Oil has a differenty density so usually oil will (vegetable oil or car oil?) stay at the top while water sinks to the bottom, water and milk have almost equal densities so it's easier for them to mix.


Your car will not overheat because you still got water in it. You might want to check your oil. The light indicate that the car is either low or out of lubricating oil, please do not run your car yet, check and add oil first.


It can cause engine damage, watert is not a lubricant.


If it's in a water-cooled engine, like in a car, then it means you've got water in your oil - a bad thing.


Yes, it could even make it completely ineffective. If it is in a car it can ruin gaskets, seals, or make your car overheat. Which can warp your the pistons in you car.


If you mean oil from a car? This would usually ONLY happen when there was a problem with the gasket between the cylinder head & the engine block. The oil will seep into the water cooling channels of the engine & leave a yellow whiteish scum in the water top up bottle on your car. Usually means a new head gasket on your car which will be quite expensive. Hope this helps?


It won't run properly, you'll have to drain the oil all out.


the metal piping in your car will rust much quicker if you did that so no


No low oil will not cause your car to overheat. But there is a couple other things that can cause your car to over heat, like a bad thermostate that's located in the block of the engine or can be the water pump not cycling the water into the engine. Hope this helps


depends.... ABS AIRBAG OIL LEVEL OIL TEMP WATER LEVEL WATER TEMP WATER IN DIESEL ECU FAULT depends on car model


In a Corvette or any other car the mixing of the oil and water is a sign of a blown head gasket and or a cracked head.



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