Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
The milky substance is a normal moisture issue. Partner ...if it's 40 below outside and it's not in a garage or has no block heater... your gonna have issues. Warm motor + extreme cold = moisture buildup and once cold...heavy ice build up. Theres a lot of plastic on that motor. Take that into consideration. Don't take it the wrong way... I'm not trying to be rude by any means at all. But when it was 40 below by me...none of my vehicles even started at all. Mine have more metal on them too. Condensation can and will freeze.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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