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Oily filter Good day Sir/Mam, i am having serious problems with my 86 (gas type). Every time I go up hill there is a heck of a lot of oil filling up the air filter system. I could sure need some advice from you people. Thanks.

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Check your engine oil level when on the flat then check the engine breather because it seems that your breather is throwing oil from the engine into the intake system. hope this fixes your problem.

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Enigine shakes a lot on strait always when I go up hill it doesn't what could the problem be


First thing, any time you get bogging down, change the fuel filter. That's the cheapest fix you can do. Beyond that, add gas to the tank and see if it changes the prob. Fill it up. If there's junk in the fuel tank, it might be clogging the line as the gas lowers on a flat stretch. There used to be a bad practical joke done with a ping pong ball in a car gas tank back in the day and it caused probs exactly like you said. I'm a classic car type. I know nothing about the modern computer junk so good luck!

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Engine oil in coolant


what year, and do you service car.?
are you mixing AF fluid types. i bet yes. and is big time bad.
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put oil there?
you can do the exhaust gas heck device a radiator cap filler
or the leak down test.

id do a full flush and fill and drive a week.
not the toxic mix is gone.
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I have a 2006 chevy aveo and it runs hot when I run the air conditioner and the radiator tank is empty, when I put water in it, it makes a crackling noise and then when I try to give it gas to make it go...


Does the empty radiator have anything to do with the AC? OR is it always empty? You should fill the radiator and the tank when the engine is cool. Never take the radiator cap off a HOT engine. It can shoot hot steam and water all over you and cause serious burns. With the engine cool, take the radiator cap off and fill it with the proper coolant, not just water. The coolant instruction label should be on or near the radiator. Fill the radiator completely, You may have to finish it slowly because of air trapped in the system. You can run the engine a short time to assist in filling the radiator. When the engine is running, if a lot of air bubbles out it could have a blown head gasket. DO NOT ALLOW THE ENGINE RUN UNTIL IT GETS HOT. If there is air in the system the coolant will go down and you can continue to fill it. When it is completely full, shut off the engine, top off the radiator if necessary and put the cap on completely and tightly. Fill the coolant tank to the full mark with the same coolant as the radiator. Drive the car and see if it overheats. If it smokes and has water coming out the exhaust, it probably has a blown head gasket. After it cools, check the radiator again. If it is low or out of coolant, again - blown head gasket. A blown gasket can **** coolant into the combustion cylinder OR can blow exhaust back into the cooling system. It can also allow motor oil into the radiator. Look for oil when you are filling the radiator. Also check the engine oil, if it has coolant in it, it will be a thick gooey mixture. In either case you should have the car towed to a qualified mechanic for testing and repair. If none of these things are occurring, look for a leak in the coolant system. A bad hose, or a leaking water pump. A defective radiator cap or the cap is not on tight. Look for the easy things first. Good luck.

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My '02 sonata has about 88,000 miles and I bought it used. Lately, when I climb hills or just driving on a flat surface the RPMs will stutter. Today it stalled out while I was driving, I restarted it and...


Simple things first.

Try replacing the spark plug wires. That could cause the loss of power.

A lot of used car dealers just change the oil when selling a used car. If you brought it from a private party I doubt if they kept it up.I would recommend a complete tune-up if one wasn't done.

Change: Oil, oil filter, spark plugs, distributer cap, rotor (cap), fuel filter, and air filter.

These are all simple things that cause common problems. If you don't like to get all greasy Walmart will do your oil & filter for $25. The other parts aree not hard to learn to replace with a minimum of tools.

When you pull the plugs, check them. They should be dry--not oily or rusty. Spark plugs indicate the condition of your motor, and these two conditions indicate serious problems.

Always remember that if you have a mechanic do any work for you to ask for the OLD part.
CALL AROUND for labor prices if you don't have an established mechanic.If you do it yourself call around to compare prices for parts.

You should do a tune-up once a year. Your motor will last a much longer time, run better, and get better gas mileage.

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Check you're catalytic converter, Dont know how fast 40-60 KPH is but if it is near 40 miles per hour and has no power up hill that would be the first thing I would check. second would be Fuel pump... Hope this helps

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Losing drive power in car especially up hill. Burning a lot of gas what could be the problem.


low trans oil level.old trans oil.dirty trans filter.plus the obvious, air filter dirty, plugs need changing,ht leads weak,dirty injectors.....

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Oil light stays on until car warmup. 3 miles drive time at speed of 35 mph


not good, but do not panic until you check actual engine oil pressure

that being said...take the concern seriously because the light turns on when oil pressure is less than 10psi

have you changed your oil recently?
did you use the correct type 5w20

have you checked actual oil level?
I have seen a lot of town cars that burn oil and you may actually just be low

Check oil level first
Check oil pressure second

if both check out then you have an oil pump problem or a more serious engine concern

keep me posted!

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I filled up my 2002 Mazda MPV yesterday at Walmart, Manning


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