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Old 12-05-2018, 04:12 PM
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just been topping up my engine oil and notice a little mayo looking substance on the bottom of the oil cap,engine oil is clear and fine,is it just a little condensation build up?
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Old 12-07-2018, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by cips007 View Post
Hi
just been topping up my engine oil and notice a little mayo looking substance on the bottom of the oil cap,engine oil is clear and fine,is it just a little condensation build up?
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Yes, don't worry about it if it's white mayo/goo. You tend to see it during the winter months if it has not run much, just condensation.
 
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Originally Posted by ceebeeaarguy View Post
Yes, don't worry about it if it's white mayo/goo. You tend to see it during the winter months if it has not run much, just condensation.
Iíve took it far a long run and no sign of any deposits on oil filler/cap,so itís most likely condensation from cold and short runs. I did remove the oil cap while the engine was idling and noticed light puffs of air gently blowing from the engine,is this an issue,Iíve always thought it should suck air and not puff out of there?
 
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