OCCURS AFTER RUNNING/DRIVING MORE THAN 1/2 HOUR (SEEMS LIKE IT THE MOTOR MUST BE HOT FOR THE LEAK TO START) I FIRST NOTICED THE SMELL OF BURNING OIL WHEN I PARKED IT AFTER ABOUT A 1.5 HOUR TRIP. I LOOKED UNDER THE HOOD & COULD SEE OIL AROUND THE OIL DIP STICK HOLE AREA BY THE OIL FILTER.iT'S NOT LEAKING AROUND THE FILTER LIKE I ORIGINALLY SUSPECTED.
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Re: OIL LEAKING COMING OUT OF DIP STICK HOLE
Sounds like you engine cant vent so its using the weakest point the dipstick, check your engines breathing system and the pcv valve it might be blocked, find it connected to the air filter housing with a hose , it should rattle when you shake it if not replace it.
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all engines burn oil, ALL! and if you dive faster, it burns more. (rate) you did not state the rate, here in USA we do quarts per mile (liters are same ) 1 qt/ 3000 miles is norm. but if you dont service a vehicle , for sure every 60miles. 100km. the PCV valve will clog and the crankcase will go over pressure, and the car will leak and burn more oil. the dip stick hole must **** not blow. if it dont **** , running, the PCV is DEAD ! (1960 to present same deal)
Attention: Read each step completely before you begin that task. Tools Required: #1: Oil filter wrench or pliers #2: Small wrench and sockets (Metric sizes for import cars) #3: Oil collection device (pan or bucket) #4: Funnel #5: Cloth rag or paper towels #6: Jack and stands or ramps Supplies Required: -Correct amount and type of oil, and thrust washer if necessary -Correct oil filter Step 1: Determine the correct oil type, oil filter type and size, and amount of motor oil for your car. (Information found in owner's manual) Step 2: Park your car on level ground and turn off the engine. Step 3:Locate the engine and make the oil pan accessible. (With the use of jack and stands or ramps) Tool #6 required.
Step 4: Remove oil cap. (Located on top on engine) Step 5: Loosen oil drain plug. Collect oil when draining and dispose of properly. (Located on oil pan which is attached to the bottom of engine block, directly below oil cap) Tool #2and 3 required Caution: Oil will start to drain and may be hot Step 6: Once completely drained (a slow drip), replace oil plug. Install new thrust washer with oil drain plug if necessary. Do not over tighten. Tool #2 required Step 7: Loosen oil filter. Collect oil when draining and dispose of properly. (Attached to the side or bottom of engine) Tool # 1 and 3 required Caution: Oil will start to drain and may be hot Step 8: Install new oil filter hand tight. Lube the rubber O-ring on oil filter with motor oil, and make sure the O-ring from the old filter is not still on the oil filter connector. Step 9: Pour correct amount of new motor oil into engine. Tool#4 required Step 10: Check for oil leaks from drain plug or oil filter. Step 11: Turn on engine and continue to check for leaks. Tighten oil drain plug or oil filter if necessary. Step 12: Turn off engine and check oil dip stick to see if the right amount of oil has been added. After removing oil dip stick, wipe clean with rag or paper towel. Reinstall oil dip stick and then remove again to see correct oil level. Then Reinstall oil dip stick again. Tool #5 required Step 13: Lower vehicle from jack and stands or ramps. Step 14: Record the mileage of the car for future reference. (Motor oil should be replaced about every 3 months or 3,000 miles)
The problem you have is a cracked block. This allows water to get into your oil, and that causes the milky appearance. As you might imagine, this is not a good thing. You can try the block seal, but, there are no guarantees. Good luck. Oh, and by the way, it has nothing to do with the dip stick, just the water and oil failing to mix.
COULD BE THERMOSTAT IF TOP RADIATOR HOSE IS NOT HOT AND BOTTOM RADIATOR HOSE GOING TO WATER PUMP IS HOT THE THERMOSTAT STICKING PARTIALLY CLOSE.IF TOP HOSE IS HOT THE RADIATOR,ENGINE BLOCK HEATER CORE NEED FLUSHING OUT.IF WATER PUMP WEEP HOLE LEAKING REPLACE WATER PUMP, FAULTY WATER PUMP WILL CAUSE ENGINE TO OVER HEAT.REPLACE RADIATOR CAP MAKE SURE YOU HAVE 50 / 50 MIX SOLUTION ANTIFREEZE AND WATER IN COOLANT SYSTEM. IF ALL LOOKS GOOD CHECK ENGINE OIL ON DIP STICK, IF OIL IN DIP STICK LOOK LIKE MILKSHAKE YOU HAVE BLOWED HEAD GASKET THAT WILL CAUSE ENGINE OVERHEATING WHILE DRIVING CAR IN SHORT DISTANCE AND ENGINE OVERHEATING.
you need to find that leak, is the leak visible? if its not from radiator or the reservoir, the only other place I could think you can lose water is the head gasket. It happens to high miles and hard driver. 100k miles would likely be a head gasket. Leaking head gasket will also cause the engine temperature to rise and run super hot. antifreeze will leak through the head gasket down to your oil pan mixing oil and water. Check your oil by pulling the dip stick and see if you have oil mix with water; it will have a slimy looking colors, oil is light color and it should never be black. if it black than change your oil and inspect it afterward when the car has been running for while. when engine really hot cause the heat to effect the starter not to engage or start or engine is too hot to run. repairing head gasket could run anywere from 500-800 bucks.
You probably have a blown head gasket, not allowing you to get enough compression built to start the engine.
Rent a compression tester from AutoZone (You get your money back when you take it back) and use it. If the compression on each cylinder is less than 100 PSI, you've got some issues. The cylinders should also be somewhat balanced.
Oil leak will not change run temp but can cause a fire. The smoke is the oil burning on the engine. The 1st thing you need to do is clean the oil off the engine. Next top oil off to the full line on the dip stick.Now start the engine hold idle up to around 1600 rpm for 1 to 2 minutes keep engine run and look for the oil leak. Don't get caught in any moving parts and things will be hot so be careful. Most likely from your valve cover.
could have the wrong dip stick holster or wrong dip stick there sould be a bolt holding the holster down in the side of your motor if you losen the bolt take it out an chek the seal around the holster if the hoster dose not snug in our out you can buy a new one and try that but im just taking a wild guess or while you have the holster out look down it an make sure it dos not have something jammed in it