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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take off your oil filter and replace it immediately. What happened was your oil seal fell off your oil filter when you took it off.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
You should use the viscosity oil recommended in your owner's manual. Using a heavier weight oil can affect your fuel economy. If you overfilled the engine with oil, drain out a quart. Overfilling with oil will cause the oil to 'foam', and if this happens, you are not getting proper lubrication of components, which can result in damage to your engine.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
SOURCE: my car has an air
Doesn't really look like an airflow problem. May be a lot of causes but most common in your case is a faulty distributor. Lightly touch the distributor after the engine has warmed up. If it's very hot (can't keep your finger on it) then you most probably have a faulty coil in there.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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Try jacking up car and put on stands as high as poss as you could have air returning when the pedal is returned ,so jack up car pump pedal 4 times fast and hold down bleed l/h/s/first ,do 2 times then the r/h/side and then push down pedal clamp rubber flex hose over back axlewith small G clamp if pedal good do same to FRONT
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