Question about Toyota Tacoma
Water in the oil is caused by a warped cylinder head. When an engine overheats it causes expansion of the metal and stretches the bolts on the cylinder head. Water enters the oil by gaps in the gasket. You can try to fix it with some radiator sealer but if that doesn't help you have to remove the head. The shop will determine if it is salvageable and can give an estimate for repairs.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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