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Leave plug out and spin the engine over it may start but just turn off. All oil will shoot out put a rag over plug hole. You will be in great shape oil won't hurt the cylinder. dONT put plug in or you could hydro lock the cylinder and break the connecting rod
Should be a drain plug or petcock at the bottom or rear of the radiator or remove the lower radiator hose. If there is a petcock just/drain plug. Generally on this year you would rotate it 1/4 turn and it will start draining. If it doesnt drain there is something inside the radiator. Then you will have to resort to removing the lower radiator hose. If you need further assistance please let me know. Thanks, Midwest-tek
Strip engine of intake manifold and throttle body.Remove spark plug leads and coils.Remove tappet cover.Clean all surfaces and fit new gasket. Reassemble engine.Sealant $1.50 Courier & tolls $8.00 Gasket valve cover $172.00 Labour $60.00.That was the account I had to pay
oil fouling means there's oil leaking in somewhere. have somebody find out where your oil leak is, and fix it. if the leak is not fixable, or requires a very expensive repair, it's time to start hunting for a new vehicle.