AO Platinum Member
Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: The land that Time forgot
If it's cold and damp... and you also do short trips (less than 10 miles) then you will get a lot of condensation out of the exhaust and also in the oil.
Condensation forms in the exhaust (as a consequence of burning petrol or diesel) and the heat difference between engine and oil also makes any moisture inside the engine condense out... so it collects under the filler cap.
Normally longer trips will get the oil hot enough to evaporate out all the oily moisture inside the engine.. and also dry out the moisture in the exhaust system.. So it's pretty normal.. and all cars are affected the same way... not just yours.
No bullets for Chaingun..