Question about 1984 Ford Thunderbird
My friend, if you do not know where to put the oil, you probably have no business working on your own car. Read your owner's manual throughly. But I will answer your question. You add oil to the engine at the oil fill cap, which is normally located on the valve cover. It is a large cap that will usually have OIL written on the top. You also check the oil level at the oil dip stick. You must have the vehicle parked on a level surface and the engine must not have been run for at least 30 minutes or you will get a false reading. Over-filling is just as bad as under-filling. Do not add oil unless you have checked the oil level properly and you know for sure what you are doing.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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