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Oil in coolant

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Well.. i was really hoping i wouldnt have to write one of these posts... but based on past similar postings i did a days worth of poking around to see what was up...

- There are Oil "Drops" in the coolant, it isnt a small amount

- The car was losing coolant, one day the coolant light flipped on and thats what lead me to find it. There are no signs of coolant leaking?

- Did a compression test, 160 - 170 across the board

- Spark plugs are in great shape

- Oil Cap is IMPOSSIBLE to remove while running.

- The oil looks clean on the dipstick - i am going to drain it and see what the rest looks like

Any thoughts are appreciated!

Edited by Chris_C

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"- Oil Cap is IMPOSSIBLE to remove while running."

sympton of failed AOS.

oil and coolant get close in AOS.

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