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I want to know how can I flush all the oil out because it have coffee color in the oil.

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The best way is with diesel fuel first drain the oil then refill with diesel fuel but only 4 or 5 qts. whatever your car calls for repeat 2 or 3 times untill the diesel fuel comes out clean then change the oil filter and refill with oil then your motor will be clean and free of sludge also ONLY idle the motor about 5 minutes each time you fill it with diesel DO NOT rev engine as it might get hot because diesel has so much oil viscocity it works great and still lubes the internal workings i have been doing this trick since the 70s and its always performed as needed

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