NO NO NO you can i guess but it will ruin your engine. You either have a cracked block or blown head gasket i would guess. Moisture in the engine will destroy it. In addition to a headgasket or cracked block (unlikely), would be cracked cylinder head, intake manifold gasket or manifold. What kind of car, what size engine? 1999 Cadillac DEVILLE
NO! Take it to a mechanic immediately. Call AAA at once, if you are a member. Oil is not antifreeze and antifreeze is not oil!
If there is motor oil in the antifreeze reservoir there is a good chance there is also antifreeze in the motor oil. This condition is probably the result of a bad head gasket or a cracked head. Antifreeze mixing with motor oil is a recipe for disaster for the engine. Have a trusted mechanic diagnose the situation soon as possible to hopefully avoid even more costly repairs.
yes just make sure antifreeze level is topped off and you will make it just watch temp gauge.
To drive a vehicle with disabled power steering would be difficult and not safe for you and others.
never drive any vehicle with a worn universal joint, you may cause serious injury to yourself or other drivers when the drive shaft lets loose on the road
Not at all u just have to drive safe with a fast vehicle like a ferrari!
Statistically the larger the vehicle the safer it is. Government safety ratings will give you a good idea of how safe a particular vehicle is.
It depends, assuming that the steering still does function without the pump, some people are stronger than others. If you are capable of turning the vehicle when you need to, then yes, technically it is safe to drive, but make this consideration first; could you turn the vehicle fast enough to avoid a collision or some other emergency? If not, it isn't safe for you to drive it.
I believe it is safe just not in the winter.
the safe and legal passing of another vehicle requires that drive
It is not safe to drive a vehicle with a fuel leak, but if this is the only way to get it to be fixed, be careful that the leak is not that bad if you drive it. A trickle is bad, any more than that and driving it would not be advised.
Bent wheel studs!! No it is not safe to drive. Now way would I drive this vehicle until I replaced the bent studs.
The type of car antifreeze that is safest to the environment is propylene glycol antifreeze. While it is still not totally safe, it is less toxic than other antifreeze.
No it is not. It could be a problem with the radiator, a radiator hose or a water pump. In any situation, it could cause the motor to overheat and damage it severely.
No, determine what is wrong with the vehicle before driving it. If the throttle is sticking open, you may not be able to stop the vehicle safely.
The muffler works by dissipating sound from your exhaust system. It is required in most jurisdictions for the safe and quiet use of a motor vehicle. Based on your question, I am assuming you might be mixing up the parts of the vehicle you are interested in getting.
Yes toothpaste contains antifreeze along with other compounds that help purify the mouth whenever they are in use, tooth paste contains a safe antifreeze not harmful to human's..
No! It is not Okay, nor is it safe!
Yes, IF the leak is not so severe as to overheat the engine. Any coolant leak needs to be repaired as soon as possible to prevent engine damage caused by overheating.
The perterbilt 359 may have its hazards however it still is a pretty safe vehicle. It still has a high safety rating and a strong car with a lot of torque.
I Would Just because it is better to be safe than sorry and have good traction.
So that they can ascertain the pressures in their vehicles tires to ensure their vehicle is safe to drive.
It's never safe to drive a car with worn or damaged parts. If it breaks you could loose control of your vehicle and cost a life. The life may be your own. To be sure of the parts condition Uou should get a second opinion! Be safe most of all!