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Re: Tan Colored Oil on Dipstick

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01-13-2013 13:55:25
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As long as no one tries to start it yes that is enough time for it to sit to check for water drips. The oil filler cap says condensation and it does not take a lot of that to cause oil to like as you have seen it. If you get a few clear or almost clear drips then it is just condensation but if green yep has a problem




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01-13-2013 17:15:01
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 Re: Tan Colored Oil on Dipstick in reply to old, 01-13-2013 13:55:25  
After reading this reply of yours, I looked at the caps again and on second look, yes I see a slight indication of it in the upper picture. I guess I was expecting to see a big pile of goo and looked too fast. My experiences with it were much worse than this.

What's funny is that even with a few really gooey caps over the years, I never had yellowing oil (on a tractor or car). Figure that one out if condensation is his problem.

Mark

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01-13-2013 18:29:50
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 Re: Tan Colored Oil on Dipstick in reply to Texasmark1, 01-13-2013 17:15:01  
Big problem with trying to figure out what he is seeing is we have little to no history as to how long it has sat and how long it may or may not have been run in who knows how long. If say it has sat for 3 months then run for say 15 minutes or so condensation could well be the problem. Knowing the tractor and who what where and when can make all the difference in the world as to knowing what maybe wrong if any thing

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