internal transmission parts may stick depending on how much oil it was
it would damage the spark plugs and smoke a lot, but the engine in general should be ok, would have to change spark plugs after running tank empty or if having trouble starting.
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You will not damage your engine if you remove its cold air intake. The cold air intake system is merely added to increase engine efficiency and performance.
Transmission fluid can only be checked with the engine and transmission at normal operating temperature. You will need to drive about 5 miles to achieve this. If you check it with the engine cold you will get a false reading and could do more harm than good if you added fluid. Leave the engine running and then check the dipstick level. If it needs fluid, at a little bit at a time then check the level again. Overfilling will cause irreparable damage to the transmission.
Coolant added to engine oil? It would run but it would do serious damage to internal parts of the engine and drastically shorten the life span of the engine. Don't run it! Have the oil and filter changed NOW.
Yes there is. They both will have different additives in them. There viscosity (thickness) will also be different. Transmission fluid has a red dye that is added so it can be distinguished from engine oil.
The transmission fluid for the automatic transmission is added through the automatic transmission fluid dipstick located to the passenger side of the engine near the firewall , use a funnel
Attached to the rear of the engine is the transmission. There is a filler tube coming out of the transmission and it usually has a red dipstick that you remove to add fluid. Dexron 3 is the fluid to be added.
Open the hood, and look for the engine oil dipstick. Then look for another dipstick somewhere in the engine compartment. It will probably be to the right of the engine dipstick, and might be on the back side of the engine/transmission assembly. With the transmission in 'park' or 'neutral' and the engine running, check the fluid level. If the fluid is low, it is added through the dipstick tube, which requires a special, long neck funnel. Be very careful not to overfill the transmission.
It will do damage to a diesel engine. Drain the tank and flush the fuel lines. Do not run this engine with unleaded gasoline in the tank.
That depends on the fluid being added: Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) should be checked after the engine/transmission are warm (has been driven several miles) and fluid can be added while the engine is running. After new fluid is added, the trans should be shifted through all the gears (Park - Reverse - Neutral - Drive - 2nd - 1st - 2nd - Drive - Neutral - Reverse - Park) stopping for a moment in each gear to allow the transmission to get 'in' to the gear, and placed back in Park before rechecking. Oil should be added without car running, then started and run for a few seconds, turned off and recheck. Antifreeze should be added to a cold engine, and can be added when you first turn car on, but after the thermostat opens (warm/hot engine) the level will drop and you can overfill it (excess will run out of the reservoir when it cools back off due to pressure it creates). Antifreeze is typically added to the reservoir to the indicators on bottle. Manual Transmission Fluid does not require engine to be on or off. All other engine fluids (Brake, Power Steering) should be added with engine off. Windshield washer fluid can be added at any time. Hope this helps...
There is no such thing as transmission fuel.
Bad things can happen, due not operate the engine until having the fuel tank drianed and clean diesel added.
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Fluid level in an automatic transmission should always be checked with the vehicle on a level surface, with the engine running, and the transmission selector in either Park or Neutral. There is a dipstick for the transmission, located somewhere in the engine compartment. It may be near the firewall, (the rear of the engine compartment,) or near the fender. Do not remove any plugs from the transmission, as these are usually for draining the fluid out of the transmission. If fluid needs to be added, you will have to have a long neck funnel, which you can purchase at most hardware stores, or any auto parts store. The fluid is added by inserting the neck of the funnel into the tube the dipstick sits in, and adding fluid slowly, with the engine running. Check the level frequently, and do not overfill.
Checking and adding Tranny fluid.There is a dipstick for the transmission fluid on all automatic transmissions, which is separate from the engine oil dipstick. The tube the dipstick sits in is the only place where fluid can be added. You will probably need the funnel with the really long, skinny neck, to be able to get the fluid into the tube. Be careful not to overfill the transmission, and be sure that you have the right kind of transmission fluid. The automatic transmission fluid level should be checked with the engine running, the transmission in Park or Neutral, and on a level surface. DO NOT PUT ENGINE OIL IN THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION!
added to much oil If you added too much oil that can and will cause engine wear and damage. If you are loosing Oil it is either being burnt, or it is leaking. If it is burning oil it is normally caused by worn piston rings.
The transmission fluid is added where you check it, on the toppish left (driver's) side of the transmission.
its added on to your damage at the top so 112 percent of your damage is added on top the the overall damage but you have to work it out :P hope this helps.
Drain all fuel from the tank and fuel lines and put in diesel. Engine damage will occur if you run gas in a diesel engine.
# Transmission fluid is added through the dipstick tube. You may need a long-reach funnel. # This procedure is detailed in the Owners Manual - See "Related Questions" below
Fluid is added through the transmission dipstick tube at the front right (when you're facing the car) side of the engine. The dipstick sits low and has a round ball at the top.
The transmission fluid in an automatic transmission is added through the same tube that the dipstick sits in. For adding fluid, it is best to purchase a long-neck funnel, which is made just for this purpose. Be careful not to overfill the transmission. Always check the fluid level with the engine running, the transmission in either 'park' or 'neutral', and the vehicle on level ground.
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Transmission fluid is added into the dipstick tube (use a funnel). Be sure to check fluid level with the engine running and transmission in Park. Vehicle should be on a level surface. Fluid should be in the "cross hatched" area on dipstick.