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What is the correct relief pressure for a 3y engines radiator cap

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I added a comment above for things to check - here is what some of the indications mean. If the engine oil is grey or foamy it indicate you have an engine oil/water mixing problem going on - which could mean a blown head gasket, or a cracked block (I've had both problems before). Another indication is when you start the engine cold with the radiator cap off (and the water / radiator fluid at the proper level) you might see bubbles or foam start to flow / move through the water in the radiator. Air is getting injected into the water jacket (again cracked block and or blown head-gasket can cause this) the cooling system is supposed to be a sealed closed pressurized loop. There shouldn't be any "extra" air in the system. A crack in the block or head-gasket leak will allow air (and/or sometimes engine oil) to be injected into the cooling system. Grey / white foam in the oil is water going the other way, from your cooling system into you oil recirculation system. All bad things, somewhere the integrity of those two systems has been compromised . Did your engine ever overheat? that can warp the head and cause a head-gasket leak/ Did you ever have the engine freeze without proper anti-freeze? That could have cracked the block (or inside the head) and allow the water/oil jackets to mix.
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