OIL CAP ?

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  1. Mike Freund

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    I went out to check my oil and found this? KIMG0467.jpg
     

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    need a new cap.


    captain obvious. /;^)
     
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  5. Mike Freund

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    Thats the inside of the cap looks like white grease ? KIMG0466.jpg
     
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    It's more than likely just condensation, wipe it off and monitor.
    Does your oil look good on your dipstick?
     
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  7. Mike Freund

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    Yes dip stick oil looks great
    car sat in 65 heated garage all winter no salt or rain.
     
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    Just curious, is the car started and shut off before it gets to full oil temp?
     
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    I ran it a couple times this winter for about 15-20 min. in a garage thats kept at 60-65
     
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    Never a good idea to start a car for short periods of time. Engine never gets to operating temp and wear occurs. Exhaust will never blow out the condensation and acids build inside causing corrosion. If you start it drive it.
     
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    Condensation from short startups and short drives is the cause more then likely.
     
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    Thanks for the info, Im going in for a oil change and then take it out and drive it like I stole it.
     
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