Re: over filled oil and drained to proper level but no...
You have oil on top of your pistons... Oil doesn't compress so the engine won't even turn over. Take out the spark plugs (or glow plugs in a diesel), crank her over until only fuel mist sprays out the plug holes and then put it back together. Should be fine then.
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Make sure all the drains are closed, start filling the rad and allow the coolant time to drain down, then fill again. Keep filling the rad unit it no longer drains down, just make sure to stop filling it when the level in the rad is just barely visible when looking down inside it. Now fill the overflow bottle to the lowest level mark. Start the car and turn you heater on to full heat. Let it warm up to proper temp, may/may not need to put more in rad. Keep an eye on the level in the rad it will expand and may overflow, if it looks like it will overflow use yout tester to remove some fluid. Once you see the coolant flowing throug the rad wait a few minutes, then put the rad cap on. Let it run a few more minutes to get the rest of the air out, then drive like normal. Check the fluid level in the overflow bottle (engine cold) over the next few days fill to proper level as needed.
Dear Lourdes ,go to parts store and get oil for car , and filter for car and a filter wrench that fits filter, raise car so you can under it ,remove drain plug from oil pan in to a container that can be used for recycling and let oil drain avg10 min or so replace drain plug and tighten , use filter wrench to remove filter (unscrewing it ,not over tightening) it ,take new filter put alight film of oil on rubber seal of filter ,put it back on motor ,(not over tighten or under tightening ), lower car and fill motor with proper type of oil and fill to proper level using dipstick to check level,. start and run motor for a few min. then shut off and wait a few min . for oil to return back into oil pan and recheck oil level to be sure it is at proper level .
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If you have to ask, I wouldn't suggest doing it yourself. It is easy, common sense, but you have to have common knowledge first about car maintenance and proper oil and filter, making sure you are careful when draining oil into proper container, putting drain plug back on without stripping threads, making sure it is tight, replace filter taking the same care, then filling with proper oil and proper amount, checking for leaks before driving, then rechecking oil dip stick level.
You should remove the excess immediately. This can be done in two ways 1. Remove the drain plug on the pan under the motor. If you do not want to drain all of the oil, attach a vacuum hose from a vacuum cleaner at the oil fill on the valve cover. This creates a vacuum on th engine and prevents all the oil from draining at once. Otherwise 2. Drain all the oil and the refill to recommended level. Over fill of the oil creates air bubbles that prevent proper lubrication of the engine.
There is a small drain plug that needs to be removed, the car level, suspended on Jack's, monitor the tranny fluid temperature with obd2 tool, engine started from cold, , the fluid will ooze out of the open plug hole at proper temperature. Use a new plug when done topping the fluid. Intricate task
usually no immediate symtoms,but it can cause oil to get past the piston rings,causing it to smoke,and/or blow oil seals in the engine.how much over is it?the space on the dipstick between ADD & FULL is about 1 quart.if its overfull by a quart or more,drain some out,or take it in for an oil change.they'll drain it all and fill it properly.
underneath the engine at the lowest point there is a bolt about 17mm undo drain oil then put 17mm plug in fill the new filter with new oil before screwing back on and place oil around rubber ring on new filter so it seals properly fill with oil to low point on dipstick start car check oil filter for leaks turn car off let oil settle and check level again too much oil in a motor will cause problems so dont over fill hope this helps glenn...........
Replace the oil filter after draining the old oil, and" BEFORE "adding new fresh oil, otherwise you'll be dump all that fresh oil, on the ground,while you "TRY to get the new filter installed.
Step 1 Remove drain plug,Drain oil into drain pan
Step 2 Remove oil filter
Step 3 Reinstall drain plug,qnce oil has drained.
Step 4 Fill new filter with oil,lube seal on filter.
Step 5 Install new filter, Add fresh oil to proper level.replace filler cap
Step 6 Run engine check for leaks.