Question about 2007 Chevrolet Uplander
My suggestion is to pull the oil dipstick on your vehicle and check your oil level also look at the color of the oil. If the oil is clear looking like you had the oil changed your fine. If the oil is very dark almost black looking, you probably need and oil change but your still fine. If the oil mark on the oil stick is very high and milky in color then I would think you have a blown head gasket on your vehicle and all of your anti freeze is flowing back into your oil pan. This can be a very expensive fix to your vehicle. I hope this helps you out on where to look to find where your anti freeze may be going.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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