Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Wellington, Florida
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Coolant overflow bottle FILLED with engine oil
I went to my office to pick up the airboat for an afternoon run in the glades and when i got out of the truck upon arrival, i noticed some spots of oil dripped down into the driverside wheel well from the engine compartment. When i opened the hood, i noticed chocolate milk colored oil mixture all over the top of the coolant overflow bottle. I then checked the engine oil dipstick and it was DRY. Once i put the dipstick away, i opened up the coolant overflow bottle cap and it was filled to the BRIM with engine oil/coolant mixture.
I had a whole new motor done with and EGR delete, headstuds, gaskets, and the rest of the works at 115,000 miles (just over a year ago now). Im at 138,000 miles now and this happens? I have an AFE intake, exhaust, and SCT livewire programmer.... Should this have happened considering i run a street tune and go easy on the truck most of the time?
What is wrong and what will it take to get this fixed?