It depends how much is to much, if its about one half a quart there should be no problem most cases even up to a full quart too much wont cause harm. But if you have a quart or more too much i would sudjest locating the drain plug on the bottom of the oil pan and draining some. Worst case senerio you could blow the seals front or rear main, or simply cause a gasket to leak.
When antifreeze is poured into your oil, it weakens your oil cause it to break down prematurely and can cause your engine to fail by spinning an engine bearing and even smoke. This is also a sign of a blown head gasket.
If your husband poured barsleak in the crankcase, it probably stopped up the oil pickup screen. It is supposed to be poured in the radiator. The engine is probably ruined if you have driven it with the oil light on.
Draining the excess will solve the problem.
It will float.
u will blow your engine oil seals, causing an oil leak and damage to the engine.
The oil floats to the top.
too much oil in the engine will cause of airation and will create too much pressure to your engine and will damage the headgasket.
You need to change the oil before driving the car. The Wiper fluid will dilute the oil causing it to foam up and not lubricate the engine.
when the engine is run the oil and water will make a thick pudding like mixture that will not lubricate the engine, you will need to change the oil and filter again. ( this mixture can clog the filter ) You may also need to do an engine cleaning procedure as well, that mixture will stick to everything and be there after several oil changes.
It can cause engine damage.
putting too much oil in any engine is not good... the oil can over flow to your spark plug... that can cause stall..
not much. it would change the viscosity of the oil. the diesel oil is much thicker than regular engine oil.
when you put too much oil: engine will lose much power oil push out and make damage your catalic converter
The oil will make contact with the crankshaft. This will create a froth of oil mixed with air. This is a poor lubricant and will cause severe engine wear.
A Briggs & Stratton 6 HP Engine takes a little less than 1 quart of oil. When you get to about 3/4 poured in, Stop and check your oil. It may take a hair more but not a full quart.
It can build up too much pressure and blow seals, it will smoke, not a good idea to overfill your oil.
Too much oil can cause severe engine damage. For that reason drain out the excess immediately.
you will blow out the seals and that is not good to much oil is just as bad as not enough the crank could also beat the oil to a froth and cause oil starvation to the engine the bearings could burn up pdq
It will blow out the engine seals.
First off, drain it back down to where it should be. Oil leaks can be caused by overfilling the oil.
The best way to know if an engine is 2-stroke or 4-stroke, is to look for an oil spout. If the engine has an oil spout where oil has to be poured into, it is a 4-stroke. If the engine has no oil spout and the oil has to be added to the fuel, then it is a 2-stroke.
You will do serious damage to any 4 engine that you overfill. Drain out the excess oil immediately.
You can overpressurize seals, or wash bearings out. Never oil fill a engine because of it. If you engine is over full, get a drain catch pan, and take some oil out. Remember, its always easier to put oil in, than it is to take it out.
You drain out the excess. Too much oil is just as bad as too little. Both will cause engine damage.
Too much oil can cause engine damage. Remove the excess oil and only fill it to the full mark.