Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
The white murky liquid is water that has gotten in the oile either through condensation over time, or a leak in the head gasket. This is probably the reason your car sputtered and stopped, the leaki in the head gasket causes a multitude of issues, You could have gotten water in the cylinders and then it sputtered and died. Won't be able to tell unless you remove the intake and inspect the gasket. If you drain the oile and replace it with fresh, along with a new filter, then check the oile before you start the car and after to see if more water has gotten in the oil after starting, this will tell you that you have a leaking gasket.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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