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I need to get oil out of the car...

I put too much oil in the engine. theres white smoke coming out the back and now the engine is faltering I need to take some oil out how do I find the oil filter to do this?

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I would put the car on stands and remove the oil plug, after the oil has drained, replace the plug and measure the amount and fill to the correct amount

Posted on Jan 18, 2015

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SOURCE: Oil light comes on, then engine ticks, then car cuts off

When you got stuck in the snow did it impact hard (quick stop or small drop like a deeper ditch)? If this is the case it could be the sending unit might have been dammaged in some way. I would have the shop take a look at.

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SOURCE: Smoke coming from under the hood- '96 Sebring

check the heater coil and hoses

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SOURCE: this morning i heard a high pitch sound from my

I am going to guess that the sound and smoke were from a stalled belt. Check your belt for a burned spot.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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