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My oil cap melted in the engine

My oil cap melted down in the engine of my 95 z28 camaro LT1 Is it alright?

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No, this can present a serious problem if introduced to the main oil compartment. if its ingested into the gear rotations, this can disrupt timing and other vital workings.I suggest removal of all plastic parts that may have become lodged in this specific area.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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