Jason we have seen this many times.. The top of the engine sweats and makes the milkshake look.. Think about your winter driving.. short trips make milkshakes.. If you truly do have a coolant leak you will also have compression into the coolant and this will build up pressure which in turn will PUKE out the overflow!! Your oil level will be waaay high from coolant introduced and the coolant level will be out the overflow.. If none of this is happening then you have condensation.. Big JIm
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