I have a 2004 chrysler sebring 2.7 and on the way to work when I was at a stop light my car started spuddering and then shut off in traffic I primed it twice and car stated which makes me thing the fuel pump or filter is bad or going bad but I went to a gas station and pulled the dip stick to check oil ect and noticed the oil looked alittle milky but whn I got to the mecanic when the service guy pulled the dip stick it looked normal but then he pulled the cap and ther it was the cream color if the coolant is going to the engine oil shouldn't the milky color be there all the time not periodically ect what is it can it be a easy fix Help!
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First of all, except for diesel trucks you will never solve a stalling problem on a Chrysler product by replacing the fuel filter. They often last the life of the car. GM fuel pumps typically fail while they're running and let you sit on the side of the road. Chrysler fuel pumps almost always fail to start up leaving you sitting in the driveway or parking lot. They rarely fail while you're driving. Stalling while driving is most commonly caused by a failing camshaft position sensor or crankshaft position sensor. They often become heat-sensitive, then work again after they cool down for an hour. You may get a clue by checking the diagnostic fault codes.
Moisture under the oil cap is a sign of too much short-trip driving. Air is constantly circulating through the bottom of the engine to pull fumes out to burn. The moisture in that air condenses forming that water. It vaporizes and gets pulled out during long trips when the engine is fully warmed up.