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Willthe bluebird sss oil pump fail after 20 years


It certainly could.
Also, at that age, the bearings and clearances could be getting slack so oil pressure would be expected to get lower.
If oil pressure is high when engine is cold, and low at idle when engine is hot, and high at higher RPM with hot engine, then it's more likely engine wear than bad oil pump.
Low oil pressure at high rpm with hot engine indicates failed oil pump. Best not to run when you have this condition.

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Why my range rover classic tdi 5 speed manual the gearbox getting very hot ?


check the oil level and the type of oil in the gear box. If too much oil -that will make it hot. If too little oil -that will make it hot. IF the oil is not right viscosity -that will make it hot. get a infrared thermometer and read the gear box temperature to get an idea of the oil temperature as what feels hot on the stick may be operating temperature of the oil

Dec 25, 2013 | 1988 Land Rover Range Rover

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Oil getting too hot


I guess my first question is - how do you know the oil is too hot ?
Engine oil is designed to handle several hundred degrees of heat, so unless the engine coolant is over 275 degrees the oil should be functioning correctly.
If you have worn bearings you can loose oil pressure as the oil heats up because the oil gets thinner. And if the oil pressure drops below 5psi you could loose power to the fuel pump.

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Oil Grade


Either one will work fine. They both give the same protection. However, if you use the mower in the winter (for snow moving) you will prefer the 10W30 for easier starting. Here's an explanation of what multi-viscosity (like 10W30) oil is all about. Any weight (thickness) of petroleum oil has a characteristic temperature vs. viscosity curve. They all get thicker when cold and runnier when hot. Multi-Vis oil uses additives to modify that curve. 10W30 has the viscosity of a 10W oil when it's cold, but when it's hot it doesn't get as thin as a 10W oil. Instead it only gets as thin as a hot 30W oil. (this is much easier to see as two superimposed curves). The only downside of the multi-vis oil is that when it's been run in a hot engine long enough the additive tends to break down and it starts to behave more like a straight 10W oil. Besides it getting dirty, that's why you need to change it once in a while.

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Is it ok to change oil when its cold?


Yes, but it won't be as thorough an oil change as it should be.

Hot oil ensures that any tarry "sludge" deposits are soft enough to maximise the chances of them being carried out with the old oil. Cold oil means that these deposits are left behind to contaminate the new oil. The normal explanation is that warm oil is runnier and cold oil thicker, but this is not true of modern multigrade oils which are designed to get thicker when hot and thinner when cold, although old used oil will start to behave in the traditional sense..

Usually I do an oil change about twenty minutes to half an hour after the engine has been fully warmed up; it's long enough to allow the oil to cool down sufficiently that there's no risk of scalding myself, but is still hot enough to allow it to flow out quickly taking any tarry residues with it.

I hope this has helped you, please take a moment to rate my answer.

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It is losing oil at a rapid rate two qts. in bout five minutes oil perrsure then falls off but doesn't get hot


Oil isnt going to keep it from getting hot. Find out where the oil is leaking from, and fix it, it may be too late.

Dec 14, 2009 | 1990 Ford Bronco II

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Gto trimmer keeps geting hot when i use it


It's not abnormal for a trimmer to get hot while being used. If it's getting VERY hot it may be time to get a new one. Most important is to make sure you oil the blades every so often (a lite oil, like sewing machine oil is my recommendation. Oiling the blades will reduce the heat generated and provide a longer life to the trimmer.

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Oil presser is high when frist started once warm it drops


Perfectly normal. Oil thins out when it gets hot. As long as hot oil pressure remains within the recommended range you are fine. Use the correct grade (weight) of oil listed in your owner's manual.

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A/t oil temp


check trans oil level is it low or trans slipping causing oil to get hot due to low oil or internal trans problem
(oil is getting too hot)

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How hot does the oil has to be to fry 19 lb turkey


The oil should be hot enough so that when a drop of water is droped into it the oil will sputter, but not not hot enough to cause any smoking vapors!

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