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I was out of my car and it started raining that with flood and now I got water in my oil could it be From oil pan


No the oil pan is sealed,unless you had a major hole. But you would have also had a oil leak.Water in oil is a sign of either a intake gasket or head gasket leak.

May 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 95 blazer thats leakin tan like oil can u tell me whats that problem its leakin on drive side


Hi :) Tan colour oil is water and oil mixed together or greenish tan is antifreeze and oil That sounds like a head gasket leak coming from the left bank of the motor.Check the dip stick it might be showing up in the oil too.Head gaskets are around $60.00 plus labour as long as the head is not warped or cracked.

May 02, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Blazer

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I have a 2005 Honda Civic coupe, i only have heat when accelerating and the car is running hot, I have replaced the thermostat, the car is still running hot, I had a test done on head gasket and the air...


there are only three places for coolant to leak.external leak to the outside of the motor,internal leak like a head gasket causing the motor to burn coolant(white smoke out the tailpipe),internal leak(coolant leak into the motor oil.)you say that the head gasket was tested and it was okay then this takes care of burning coolant,however it could be leaking into the motor oil.check the oil level and condition.I would think the tech would have checked this,but check it just in case.if the oil level is good and not thick or white or milky looking then this is not the problem.you could have a leak externally like a hose leaking a frost plug leaking,water pump leaking,this should be checked out by having the cooling system pressure tested a carefully inspected for leaks

Mar 15, 2011 | 2003 Honda Civic

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I have a 1992 subaru loyale four door car.It had water in the oil when i changed it.It does have an oil leak.It doesnt over heat and it doesnt smoke at all.Where could the leak be coming from?


May have a small head gasket leak or cracked head or block, that is usually the way water will get into your oil, unless it was poured in by mistake through the oil fill tube. If you are losing water in your radiator, there are major issues there.

Nov 21, 2010 | 1992 Subaru Loyale

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I bought a 2006 VW polo in November 09 with approx 70,00kms since that time I have driven 12,000kms and used 14 ltrs of oil!!!!!!! The ecp light has come on 3 times, the last time could not drive car, had...


This is quite an excessive amount of oil consumption. Unless you have noticed a leak under the car I would say that it probably has an internal part failure. You may be burning the oil in a cylinder with bad rings, or a gasket may be sending it into you cooling system.
I would have a good service technician check the engine out to find where the oil is going.
You shouldn't use more then a 1/2 a liter between oil changes unless you have a leak.

Aug 02, 2010 | 2006 Volkswagen Golf

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Leak - upper corner radiator tried Stop Leak now smoking oil from


most likely not. unless your coolant system was nasty dirty gunked up. more likely, that steam coming out of the radiator is also in the upper part of your engine super heating it, expanding stuff too, too much. when it contracts, gaps open up that shouldn't. my guess is a head gasket or intake manifold gasket

Mar 26, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Cherokee

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Water in oil pan when changing oil??? where would it be coming from


You probably have a leaking head gasket or a cracked head you need a mechanic to fix these unless you know what your doing and this could cost you up to $1,000 to fix so you shouldn't be driving the car at all. So have it towed to a mechanic shop of your choice
I've had head gaskets leak so it's not fun.
Good Luck!!!

Feb 07, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Leak in rear of car, the leak appears to be linked to ac. no leak detected unless ac is on high. if on low there is no leak I have a water leak coming from the front passenger side of the car. It is a...


this water is condensation . it comes from the evaporitor on the dash of the car. and there is a tube from the ac system that is there just to remove the water build up. only leaks you need to be worried about would be oil or antifreeze

Sep 11, 2008 | 1997 Lincoln Town Car

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