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Antifreeze in the oil causes milky oil, 99% of the time the milky oil under the oil cap is simply from condensation. This is more likely to appear when people only drive their vehicles short distances at a time where the engine doesn't have enough time to get up to temperature and boil off the moisture that has been pulled into the engine. This is especially so with oil filler caps that sit atop a filler neck instead of being directly on the valve cover.
I wouldn't be concerned, this is actually quite common with a lot of vehicles.
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