I have never seen a locking oil cap. If you mean that it is loose or off, then you might get oil splatter all over your engine compartment. No big deal, as long as the oil level never got too low. Check the oil level, clean everything up and rest easy. No damage done.
cap that covers the oil fill hole in engine
The engine oil could splash out of the oil fill hole.
it on top of the thermostat
Under the hood on the passenger side of engine compartment. Be sure the engine is cold when you remove the cap.
in the top of the engine there is a cap with an oil can sign on it . Fill the oil in there. Be care not to over fill as it can cause the engine to cease!
passenger side of engine compartment. just in front of shock tower.
Check the oil fill cap, it should require 5w20.Check the oil fill cap, it should require 5w20.
Let the engine cool and press down and twist the radiator cap to the left to remove it. Fill the radiator to the top and reinstall the cap. Check the coolant level in the overflow reservior and fill it to the fill line.
On a Lincoln LS : The engine coolant reservoir is located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side , near the firewall ( I believe it has a thread on cap , which would be the pressure cap / radiator cap )
It is in behind the oil fill cap in the fill housing.
Oil fill cap. If you cannot find the oil fill cap, you have no business doing your own repairs. Do not overfill or you may damage your engine.
The transmission fluid fill cap on a 1989 Chevy school bus with a diesel engine is under the air filter. The air filter has to be removed to see it.
Fill the radiator through the coolant resivour, which is on the passenger side engine compartment.
On a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis : The thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir is your 16 PSI pressure cap / radiator cap
The engine oil fill cap is on the passenger side of the engine , near the front , on the top of an extension pipe
It is on the drivers side of the engine below the oil fill cap.
No, you add oil at the oil fill cap on top of the engine.
Your pour it in the oil fill opening after removing the cap.
There should be a cap on top of the valve cover. You can also fill at the dipstick.
On a 2003 Ford Ranger : The 2.3 litre four cylinder engine has a thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir , that is the pressure cap / radiator cap ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On the 3.0 and 4.0 litre V6 engines , I believe there is a radiator cap on the top of the radiator , but with the engine cool you should add engine coolant to the engine coolant reservoir - it has a cold fill mark
No, it has no cap on radiator. You fill radiator thru the reservoir cap on the rt side of engine. Hope this helps.
The radiator fill cap is located on the small white header tank. This is located at the back of the engine bay just off centre to the right.
Excessive blow-by (a tired engine) and/or the PCV system is not functioning correctly. Also, check the condition of the gasket under the oil fill cap.
oil fill on a 7.3 diesel is on the passenger side of engine about 1/3 of engine length back from the front of engine this filler has a black screw on cap with a picture of an oil can
You have to fill the overflow tank as the radiator does not have a fill cap. Run the engine as you fill the overflow tank but just up to the marks on the tank.