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I have problem 2000 vw beetle have milky engine oil after

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I have problem 2000 vw beetle have milky brown engine oil after change oil about 1500 miles but reservoil coolant is same level not low and car just short drive for every day work.Thanks Harry
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Customer: I bought cars 6 month ago with water pump bad so I replaced and drive for 5 month with no problem. just last weak car subddenly death and hard start. so I check oil have milky kind like water in oil but coolant at reservoid still high level not low.
JA: Are you hoping to fix this yourself?
Customer: yes
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Customer: not yet only Idid same resesch on internet can used same seal like bar,s haed gasket seal or blue devil or king like thode stuff
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Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: VW
Expert:  FIXITMAN replied 9 months ago.

Thanks for the question Harry. My name is***** only time that you will get oil that looks like this is due to moisture. It does not take much for this to occur. Most of the time it is from a small amount of coolant, but short driving will also cause this. If the engine never gets hot enough to completely burn off any condensation in the engine then eventually that condensation will affect the oil by turning it milky. About how far are you driving?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Every day just about 2 or 3 miles olso I have code came out p0322 cause hard star, p1780 and p1850, p0725. On coolant on oil is maybe blow head gasket or not
Expert:  FIXITMAN replied 9 months ago.

You can perform a block test in order to know for sure if there is a head gasket issue. It can also be an oil cooler problem. the 2-3 mile commute is not enough to get the engine hot enough to burn off any condensation in the engine.