None, it might cause oil to spill on your engine or inside of your hood, or a dash light might come on.
Condensation of moisture mixed with the oil film inside the cap. If oil in oil pan is not "milky" you are ok.
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A possible cause is that the intake manifold vally pan gasket has failed and the engine is injesting enough oil to cause a spark knock. Look down into the throttle body for a pool of oil inside the intake.Other cuases include spark plugs, wires, cap, rotor, timing, etc.A possible cause is that the intake manifold vally pan gasket has failed and the engine is injesting enough oil to cause a spark knock. Look down into the throttle body for a pool of oil inside the intake.Other cuases include spark plugs, wires, cap, rotor, timing, etc.
It's inside the oil pan, bolted to the fifth main bearing cap. INSIDE the crankcase. You can get to it by dropping the oil pan.
There is a bore in the pump cap.
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It is bolted to the rear main cap and inside of the oil pan.
you need cap, rotor, plug wires, air filter, plugs, fuel filter, oil, oil filter, and fuel filter.
It is inside the oil pan.. Lay down look at the oil pan you will see a cap that you have to remove..
Oil filter is on the front of the engine Beside the intake manifold there is a black cap Inside this cap is the filter (cartridge style)
there is a round cap next to oil filler cap unscrew and filter is inside special tool recomended but a big plyers will work
The oil capacity is probably around four to six quarts. If there is white residue inside the oil cap, then that means you either have a blown head gasket, or there is water getting into your engine block.
you have lost your oil cap
Plugs, wires, rotor, distributor cap, air filter, oil and filter, check radiator level, tire pressure. That is about it.
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The oil filter is under the engine cover, just behind the orange oil dipstick. You will most likely need to get a special tool to remove the cap. The oil filter is inside. It's not a twist on filter like most vehicles. The filter sits inside a housing under the black plastic cap.
take dist. cap off see if rotor turns as your engine turning over no movement in rotor might mean oil pump frozen pull dist. see if drive shaft broke
you have a blown head gasket . you have ran the car way to hot , and now you have water mixed in with the oil....
On the oil pan there is a cap you unscrew, and inside there is a "card board filter", that you would pull out and replace.
It is inside of the oil pan / bolted to the rear main cap. The oil pan is bolted to the bottom of the engine block. BIG job to change oil pump.
cap that covers the oil fill hole in engine
It is inside of the oil pan and is bolted with 1 bolt to the rear main cap. You MUST remove the oil pan to get to it.
Oil filler cap cover the hole in the engine where engine oil is added
An oil filler cap is a metal that covers the hole where the oil is poured.