Your oil is important.

Your oil is important.

During the cooler months, if you operate your jeep’s engine for short periods of time you might notice some grey/white looking goo at the end of your oil dipstick.  This grey/white goo is really a mixture of oil and water.  This should be considered normal but not necessarily a good thing.  If you are going to operate your jeep during the winter months, give it an opportunity to really warm up.  Drive it around about 30 minutes and it should boil off the moisture.  Have fun with your jeep!

For all around trouble shooting ideas, PFC Jill recommends:

Automotive Trouble Shooting for WW2 Wheeled Vehicles: Volume 1

Automotive Trouble Shooting For WW2 Wheeled Vehicles, Volume 2