Usually you get oil drops on your rear window when an oil leak is present under the vehicle. The air currents whip the fluid around and if the leaks are bad enough, it's on your rear window. If none are present, then maybe you just drove
over something. Condensation on the cap usually indicates moisture in the crankcase. Could be an internal coolant leak, a weak or blocked pcv system or you might not drive long enough at one time to get the motor hot enough to purge the normal water vapors. Basically, keep an eye on your coolant level. If it starts to drop quickly and there are no external leaks, get it checked. It would also be a good idea to check the pcv valve or breather system that that particular motor has. Keep an eye on the oil level and condition also. One last thought, you're not getting oil out of the tailpipe or anything, are you? Might be one more thing to check. Hamy.
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