the oil dipstick is located between the exhaust manifold
it' on the left hand side by the exhaust
the front of the engine under/around the exhaust
It could be blow by, escaping exhaust gasses pushing past the cylinder rings creating excessive pressure in the crank case causing the dipstick to pop out to relieve said pressure. That or tiny elves.
Mainly exhaust from cars.
You can find it in between the battery and the exhaust system coming out of the engine.
It's between the battery and the exhaust system, usually it has an yellow handle.
It could, if it's leaking.
if you can locate the exhaust manifold, then look real hard and right in front of your face will be a loop right between the number 2 and 3 cylinder exhaust port. warning. if you cant locate the dipstick you should probably have someone else do this for you
You have restriction in the exhaust somewhere and it's causing it to backflow.
On the drivers side of the engine near the exhaust manifold.
the dipstick is right in front of the firewall, next to the exhaust. fords had dipstick up until the end of the el falcons as far as i can remember. then they went to filler plugs on the drivers side of the transmission. they have a 16mm size head.
it doesnt have a dipstick. the malibu's have a sealed transmission that shouldn't need service for up to 100,000 miles. there is a trans fluid cap under the throttle body and exhaust.
For some reason the gas is not completely combusting causing water to be expelled in the exhaust pipe.
Flames will come from the exhaust when raw gas enters the exhaust then ignites. run computer codes for the engine to look for a problem causing the gas to not burn completely.
There may be a hole in your exhaust system causing fumes to leak into the car. This can be dangerous and should be fixed immediately.?æ
For the 6 speed transmission the dipstick is located behind the radiator support, to the left of the air cleaner box. The dipstick is a round yellow plastic towards the bottom of the transmission. The exhaust manifold is slightly above it, so be careful not to burn yourself.
If it is running loudly then there is an exhaust leak either at exhaust manifold or some where else in the exhaust pipes. Bad exhaust muffler could also cause this. Hope this helps.
The vehicle will have low compression causing it to misfire and not run
from me constantly raping your cars exhaust while you sleep.
if you have blue smoke coming into the exhaust that means your piston rings are bad and are letting oil into your combustion chamber and then causing the oil to be burned with your air fuel mixture and that's why your exhaust is blue from having that burnt oil dumped out of the exhaust valve and out the exhaust
it's the thing sticking out of the exhaust with a wire attached to it...if it doesn't have one and it's causing problems then you probably have an aftermarket exhaust and you need to weld a bung on the exhaust to attach one
No thats something else you should probably go to a garage to sort out if you can smell gas !
broken or loose exhaust supports?
The OS sensor on a 98 Acura 3.2 TL is located in the exhaust manifold. It constantly monitors the amount of oxygen remaining in the exhaust gases.