Its a little rubber flap on top of the engine block. Just pull the excess rubber with a tug and you will see the resevoir.
Only the filler plug. You have to remove the cover to drain the oil.
spark plug FR7DC2 set gap 0.9mm
now it is 60
A cast material comprising a filled crystalline polyurethane is disclosed. The filler is present in an amount of from 30% to 60% by weight composition. The filler comprises from 20% to 60% by weight of calcium metasilicate fibers and from 40° C. to 85° C. by weight of silica.
hi i think this is because the han brake is on
oil is 60 million years old
If Water = 1 - then Fuel Oil (Diesel) = 0.867 @60/60 Deg F
around 200 pound in a garage or you can buy clutch kit your self for around 60 pound!!
Punto 1.2 engine code 176A7.000 Torque Stage 1. 20Nm Stage 2. 30Nm Stage 3. + 90 degrees Stage 4. + 90 degrees.
If your Detroit 60 oil leaks on the back, take it to a mechanic for repair as soon as possible.
Approximately 60 years of oil left.
what is normal idle oil pressure for 2007 detroit 60 series 12.7 L
If you have an LT1 its on the rear of the rad about 6 inches below the filler cap. its square and has a 2 wire connector pluged into the bottom of it. Your local auto parts store carries it for about 60 bucks, easier fix is just unplug the wires from it and the "low coolant" light on the dash will go out
10w/60 10w/60 10w/60
Oil is going to run out in 60 years chosen by professionals.
Oil was originally discovered in the 60's, I believe by the John Mecom Oil company from Texas.
Not 100% certain, but I believe the 12.7 60 Series holds 11 gallons of oil.
Start with the oil cooler
Add soybean oil to it. 60% wax to 40% oil.
60 grams of oil is approximately 1/4 of a cup
my gt starts but it sounds to be on 3 or 2 plugs want rev propley its got white smoke
fuel injector problem
CHECK YOUR ENGINE IMMEDIATELY! This is most likely a head gasket failure, which, often as not could result in your engine becoming scrap. Check the oil for a mayonnaise lik e(I'm not joking) substance. If this is present take your car to a mechanic, watching the temperature all the time as you drive.