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check the oil level to make sure it isn't overfilled, also check the seal on the dipstick as their is pressure in many modern internal combustion engines and if the seal isn't good oil can come out. It is also possible that you have a blown head gasket, check water for oil and oil for water.
The first thing to check is the oil. If there is no oil in the motor, the first thing you want to do is to get some witnesses, hopefully someone (s) who know how to check the oil level. Then have the same person looking under the motor to see if the oil drain plug (or bolt) is still installed on the oil pan. Remember NOT TO ADD NEW OIL to the motor if it has no oil.
If the motor has no oil, make sure you don't start nor drive the car. Contact the shop that supposedly replaced the oil, and make sure that your witnesses back-you up when you need them. Don't let the shop take your car and then tell you that the motor had oil in it.
If the motor has oil in it, then do some of the things other posters have told you to do.
Would have to be head gasket has fail letting oil into water jacket.. My suggestion. Does not have to be water in oil to be blown....Sorry i wpild sat head gasket......Let me ask you when the gaskets was changed did you have the head checked and did you have head bolts replaced?? Head if not cracked my need plained.......hope this helps and good luck...Please rate my posting
That is moisture in the pump oil. Not good. You need to drain it and replace it or cook it on your stove to boil out the moisture. Cooking the oil is dangerous and the heat must be just enough to make the water boil up and out but not take the the oil into a flammable temperature range or overheat the oil. Not going to smell good cooking either.
The Transmission oil passes through the radiator to keep it cool , If the pipes inside the radiator are damaged then water can enter into the trans lines causing the problem you are having. Get the radiator checked and repaired/replaced... Also get the Trans fluid changed as water can damage the trans internals. Hope this helps.
check to make sure your oil cap is on and make sure your oil filter is on. let it sit in a driveway or parking spot put oil in it and let it run for a while look underneath to see if there are oil spills, then contact your local mechanic.