I have a milky residue inside of oil cap but no water mixture in oil itself what on 2003 Saturn L200

do I need to repair? the head gasket.

by in Hope Mills, NC on November 30, 2013
4 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on November 30, 2013
Could be condensation from weather changes, not driving far enough for the engine to reach full operating temp. Check for white smoke coming from exhaust, and watch your coolant level. Have a coolant pressure check done if your really unsure.
COMMENT by on December 02, 2013
Ok I failed to tell you that there's little to no compression and the car wont start but will turn over
COMMENT by on December 02, 2013
WOW!
ANSWER by on November 30, 2013
I say no problem! Condensation, warmer in the day colder now at night! Keep a check on the coolant level. Good answer #1. Must have been pecking about the same time!
ANSWER by on November 30, 2013
First try to flush, and clean the system. If you still have a milky substance it could be a lower intake manifold gasket.
ANSWER by on November 30, 2013
I also agree with #1