1992 Toyota Paseo oil looks like muddy water on dip stick

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Asked by Nov 17, 2016 at 01:46 AM about the 1992 Toyota Paseo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Recently had radiator and water pump replaced.  No heat in passenger compartment yet engine is overheating
compression check on all cyl. the same 150, has a small amount of smoke (white) from exhaust pipe, no moisture.
Still starts and runs.

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Sounds like thermostat is stuck closed.

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Sorry I didn't read the title on your post. Sounds like head gasket with the milky oil.

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Whoever replaced the radiator should have investigated further- I hope it isn't a blown head gasket, but here's what you do- that is a cool little car, so it is worth fixin' up- find a GOOD mechanic in a GOOD garage and have them tell you what it needs- there ARE some honest mechanics out there-

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Since the compression check shows even compression across all cylinders is it possible that it is a cracked head or block. Thank you for your suggestion to seek a good mechanic.

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