engine oil mixing on 1995 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

changed oil and two days late checked it and on the dip stick I have a caramel milky substance that mixed with my oil. once the truck warms up the exhaust changes to a light gray...do I have a blown gasket?

by in Chicago, IL on September 16, 2013
3 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on September 17, 2013
yes, it sounds like head gasket has gone bad..
COMMENT by on September 17, 2013
Thanks Tbone I shall have it looked at. Im leaning towards the intake gasket myself but soon I shall know...
COMMENT by on September 17, 2013
NO problem but, if your gonna go as far as the intake you probably should do the head gaskets as well for preventaive measures.
ANSWER by on September 17, 2013
YOU may need a mechanic to check this out hands on, before doing ANY wrench turning! Hard to beat hands/eyes on for true & accurate troubleshooting.
ANSWER by on September 19, 2013
most likely intake leaking coolant unless you have overheated the eng
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