Question about 2000 Hyundai Sonata
Oils is spitting out from the dip stick pipe
If you have not overfilled the engine with oil, the problem is back pressure, normally caused by excessive crank case compression, commonly caused by piston or ring failure.
This is usually a costly repair.
Lets keep our fingers crossed, you have overfilled the engine ?
If so, you will have to drain out the excess, to get your level back to the normal reading.
Let me know the outcome !
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