Originally Posted by mcook14
About a year ago i bought a used 2000 chevy malibu with 132000 miles. less than 1000 miles later i had antifreeze in my oil. a friend who knows cars better than most mechanics and his wife who is a mechanic at a local chevy dealership helped replace the head and intake gaskets which were shot. we also had the heads planed smooth by a shop before reinstalling them we drained the milky oil and ran cleanish used oil through twice to flush it out. after that i had no problems with it besides needing new spark plugs because the antifreeze ruined them. It ran for about 6000 miles more until recently just checking all the fluids i had milky oil again. the guy thought it could be a cracked head or warped engine from previously overheating? i considered running bars head gasket fix through the system? what should i do?
You don't give the proper info, and kinda of leave people guessing. Do you have a I-4 2.4L engine or a V6 3.4L engine?
The reasons for re-appearance of milky oil very by engine type. The possible fixes do as well.