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What would cause air to blow back out of oil filler cap while running 2001 nissan altima

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there will be,if it shoots the cap off while you are unscrewing it then you might have an issue,but oil will come out with car running and cap off

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Check oil level with engine off. Adjust if too high.
If level is normal, then perform a compression test on all cylinders. If low, then strip and repair engine.

Posted on Nov 14, 2012

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