Well you responded directly to my post and yet it seems you still didn’t fully absorb what I was saying. Your oil…if it looks like oil… does not have any coolant in it to separate out. If it did it would already be milk-shaked and you would visually see this instantly it would look like thick coffee and cream, tan. If it is thick and a light tan color…there is coolant in it…and there’s no need to wait for it to do anything, its self explanatory.
So, if your engine oil looks like normal oil, then you do NOT have crankcase and coolant breach and there is nothing to separate out or wait for or analyze. So that failure mode is out the window…One down, one to go. The OTHER failure mode is a cylinder compression leak into your cooling system…and you haven’t proven this failure mode out yet. You still do not know if you have a pressure breach… Aw man… just re-read my post so I can stop rewriting it, as I find myself doing at this very moment.
Or you can ignore this advice at your leisure. However you might say that I have a “little” experience with these matters and have correctly repaired untold numbers of head gasket failures. But this is a free country, just like this advice, so to each his own I suppose. I wont be upset if you decided to do your own test procedures. I am simply offering some help, if it is welcome.
Fix Rad leak, Fill and burp cooling system (important), Test, Report…