Question about Ford Focus
The coolant could have gotten into the sump, change the oil and oil filter. If it spilt into the vacuum side of the pcv. valve it will have been sucked in to the cylinders via the inlet manifold , fouling spark plugs and oxygen censer.
Posted on Aug 31, 2014
You need to drain the oil out and change the fliter of the engine as soon as possible, any coolant in the crankcase can damage the engine and make it run poorly.
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