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What happens when the engine has too much oil?

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Answered 2009-08-17 18:22:36

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

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too much oil in the engine will cause of airation and will create too much pressure to your engine and will damage the headgasket.


u will blow your engine oil seals, causing an oil leak and damage to the engine.


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..


when you put too much oil: engine will lose much power oil push out and make damage your catalic converter


It can build up too much pressure and blow seals, it will smoke, not a good idea to overfill your oil.


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.


Too much oil can cause severe engine damage. For that reason drain out the excess immediately.


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.


First off, drain it back down to where it should be. Oil leaks can be caused by overfilling the oil.


Do not overfill the engine. As the crankshaft spins around, it can whip the oil into foam if the level is too high. This, in turn, can cause a drop in oil pressure and loss of lubrication to critical engine parts. Also, too much oil may cause leaks as the extra oil is forced past seals and gaskets. Drain it out immediately.


If there is too little oil, engine damge could result. If there isis too much, a fouled plug will likely result.


You will do serious damage to any 4 engine that you overfill. Drain out the excess oil immediately.


I assume you mean what can happen if you overfill your engine with oil? Too much oil is just as bad as too little. The crankshaft will make contact with the oil and create a froth of air mixed with the oil. This will cause the oil to loose part of it's ability to lubricate the engine properly, causing engine wear. If you overfill the oil level then drain out enough to get it back to the proper level.


Drain out the excess. Too much oil will damage the engine.


Too much oil in your car will not cause it to throw a rod. Too much oil in the engine will create a higher than normal engine pressure and can cause the engine seals to fail.


If you are talking about engine oil in a 4 stroke: the crankshaft beats in in to a foam which dos not lube the bearing very well. If you are talking about using too much mix oil in a 2 stroke: you run too lean and risk burning a piston.


WARNINGWARNING: Remove the excess oil and fill to the proper level. Running an engine with too much oil can cause serious damage, and is actually as bad as running it with too little oil. --------------The danger of running an engine with too much oil is that the crankshaft hits the oil beating air into the oil thus causing the oil to foam. Foamy oil has poor lubricating properties as it is oil and air mixed.Just think of how an eggbeater works and you will get the idea.


If you put too much oil in any car engine, the crankshaft will whip it into mayonnaise. The foamed up oil will have trouble passing through the oil pump and the the oil passages in the engine, potentially leading to under-lubrication of critical components. If you've over-filled your crankcase by more than a little, drain out the excess.


If you eat too much fat and oil, you will get fat. "You are what you eat".


Anything over the full mark is too much.


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.


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.



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