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#9: 01-07-2013, 12:24 AM
 
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Originally Posted by ripemeat View Post
milk oil = water mixing. get a headgasket tester kit at an autoparts store, it's quick, cheap and easy to do to test for exhaust gases in the coolant.
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Originally Posted by Oregon OBXT View Post
How far is your commute? If it's short it could just be that you're never getting it hot enough to sweat out condensation from the night before which ends up emulsifying with the oil creating the milk appearance. What's it look like on the stick? You could always send a sample to Blackstone and see what's really in it.