Question about 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier
Your intake gasket or head gasket is blown,, and will need replaced,,, when anti freeze is present in oil it will turn the oil a light milky brown and clot up,,,anti freeze will also crystalize the bearings in an engine if it is not fix asap,,,do run the engine til its fixed or you might have to replace to whole engine, or have a complete rebuild,,,, i would try to find a used engine and replace,, its alot cheaper,,, or if your looking for a quick short term fix you can try some radiator / block sealent and pour in you radiator,,, FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE BOTTLE OR CAN,,,may or may not work,,,,
Posted on Apr 27, 2015
First I must ask if you have checked you oil level to make sure you don't have a leak putting antifreeze in your crankcase. And a severely overfull crankcase will cause a turbulence that that can displace the liquid. Also make sure your PCV valve is working. It also sounds like you may have a 'blow by' issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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