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91 ford tempo blowing oil out of the valve cover

Is pushing oil out from dip stick and out of the valve cover breather

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SOURCE: Location of auto trans dip stick on 91 Ford Tempo 4 cyl.

It's right next to the air filter and behind the radiator fan and to the right of the oil dipstick. The transmissions is black and the oils is yellow. If it's a manual, there's no dipstick there. If not check close to the forewall towards the back of the engine.

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blocked engine breather pipe from sump to inlet manifold but i would need to know model to tell you location of teh the offending pipe and if its an american vehicle then i wouldnt know

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