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...check your oil and see if its overfull or milky looking,usually indicates a head gasket problem also.If your intake gaskets are leaking internally your engine could be sucking it in and burning it. ...

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...Oil or any fluids leak down not up so start your search high and work low eliminating as you go. Repair process: 1. Start conservative , check pan mounting bolts for proper torque , general rule of ...

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...oil on the ends of the new fuel filter. Connect it to the fuel tubes. Reposition the fuel tank and put the fuel tank straps back on, tightening the bolts to the bolts to 17 foot pounds. Reconnect the ...

...check the oil level. Sometimes the filter or oil pan bolt is not completely secured. Check for any leaks. I just had this problem on my 2001 in the spring. The oil light would come on at idle after ...

...oil on the ends of the new fuel filter. Connect it to the fuel tubes. Reposition the fuel tank and put the fuel tank straps back on, tightening the bolts to the bolts to 17 foot pounds. Reconnect the ...

...check engine remains on and sometimes blinks intermittently. run the fault codes to find the reported fault engine lights report on engines and transmissions could be actuator or vacuum to actuator, ...

...Oil Pressure Light Flicker DATE: Oct. 15, 1999 OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves adding a terminal/wire/vent to the oil pressure switch connector. NOTE: THIS BULLETIN APPLIES TO VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH ...

...oil pressur 1) Check your car to see if it has oil and oil is at the recommended level. 2) Check if there is any leakage from the oil pan, or sign of oil be consumed 3) If everything looks good, you ...

...oil & filter 2. Air cleaner filters 3. Rotate tires 4. Check spare tire pressure & stowage 5. Change automatic transaxle fluid & filter 6. Engine coolant flush (every 60 months or 102,000 ...

oil pressure delivered to the lifters. In their collapsed state, the lifters are unable to elevate their companion pushrods under the valve rocker arms, resulting in valves that cannot be actuated and

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