Question about Oldsmobile Intrigue
Chances are you have blown a head gasket and must replace before even attempting to start the vehicle. You need to drain all the oil and replace the oil filter as well. You probably have water in the cylinders and depending how long it has been sitting, depends on how bad the rings and cylinders are corroded. Try taking all the spark plugs out and dry fire the engine. If it cranks, then you can get away with putting some marvel mystery oil in each cylinder and leave it in there till you replace the head gasket. Note that your oil must be changed at least two more times to make sure all traces of antifreeze are out of the engine.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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