Ok so I have a problem I have a 2001 Chrysler Sebring with a 2.7 v-6. So today it was very cold out about 20 degrees and I started my car up drove about 7 minutes or so to college about half way there I noticed there seemed to be a little smoke coming from under the hood, I checked the dash no warning lights so I drove to school when there it was smoking like crazy. I opened the hood an there was oil everywhere, I got it towed home because there was no oil left an there inspected it like crazy and found out that the oil was coming from the valve cover oil cap. So does anyone know what would cause this to happen. I changed the oil today and drove it twice about six miles each time and had no problem since, does anyone have some insight to this???? I have pics of it along also, the first three show the spray on the engine and the 4th is the spray pattern on the underside of the hood.