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94 ford ranger to much oil

Gaining oil in engine no water

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  • skippy 1 Jun 10, 2008

    i no i need to drain but that doesnt solve the problem in one week it will be full again

  • skippy 1 Jun 10, 2008

    i no i need to drain but that doesnt solve the problem in one week it will be full again

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You may need to empty your engine oil.i will suggest to take it to the closer mechanic to check if it can cause a damaged to your vehicle

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