Your engine will be destroyed if you try to crank it with too much oil inside a cylinder because the pistons try to compress the contemt of the cylinder (usually air and some petrol) before ignition. Oil can not be compressed and will either stop the engine completely at once or bend something inside engine.
Maybee it is a good idea to call a car repairer?
But I have a suggestion how you can try to remove the oil:I have newer tried this so I don't know if it would be a sucsess but this is what I would have done.1 Remove the spark plug on the actual sylinder.2 Make sure the ignition is off3 Put the car in highest gear (4 or 5 gear)4 One persone has to be inside the car to have full control and to be ready to stop. Remeber brakes are not so good with engine off.5 On a flat space like a parking lot slowly crank the engine by pushing it 2 to 5 meter foreward like you try to start it with empty battery. Make sure you don't drive over someone and are able to stop at any time if in doubt.6 This will make the pistons to move and the oil to be sqeezed out the spark plug hole.7 Clean the engine with a rag so it couldn't catch fire.7 Clean the parking lot so it doesn't look like a mess.8 Add the Sparkplug and sparkwire. 9 Crank the engine normally and see.A small amount like a spoon of oil should not do any harm as far as I know, but will make your engine make blue smoke in a minute or so after starting. If the exhaust dosent look normal after 2-5 minutes something is wrong.
Good luck, mvh Johny
This is only applicable for a manual car with a normal petrol engine and sober driver
Worn piston rings will allow fuel and oil to seep through between the pistons and the cylinder walls.
An injector is probably sticking and causing "wash down". Gasoline can then leak past the cylinder walls and get into the oil. That much fuel in the cylinder will make it impossible to start the engine. I'd also check the fuel pressure regulator
It can be caused by excess oil in you exhaust and also if you have diesel engine it is notorious for smoke. If it is only when you first start the car, the valve seals are leaking. When you shut the car off, oil that is on the valve runs down the stem of the valve and into the cylinder. When you start it next time one or more cylinders have oil in them and it burns the first time that cylinder fires. There isn't enough leakage for it to smoke all the time while driving.
When changing the oil and oil filter of a car, it is important to know how much oil to put back in the car. A 2007 4 cylinder Honda Accord takes 4.5 quarts of engine oil.
yes it will start but you dont want to start it.
Yes, unless a cylinder has filled with coolant but, running an engine with coolant mixing with motor oil is not good.
An oil pan, tire iron (or crowbar), 5 qts. of oil (the amt. depends on what cylinder your car or truck is) & a car jack
it will catch fire because the engin will combust the car instead of the oil
What year is this car? I suggest using Pennzoil 10w30.
Answer White smoke is usually from burning coolant in the combustion chamber of a cylinder. I would suspect a cylinder head gasket failure. Usually also will have oil and coolant mixed in the oil pan and possibly the radiator.
If the oil is low in your car, it can eventually cause your car to stall and not start. It can also kill your engine.
Oil return lines from head may be partially plugged and oil runs down into cylinder over night - it is burned on start-up
I had the exact same problem. I own a 1984 Mazda RX-7 GSL-SE and what i did was bought a new starter. A new starter actually will start a flooded RX-7. But if you dont want a new starter then push the car and the car will start. now the rough start is related with the seals and oil. the oil is low or bad and/or you need new seals.
This is often a cracked head gasket between oil passage and a cylinder.
A "Bad cylinder" or "dead cylinder" is a cylinder with Low compression psi. Symptoms: rough running low power can cause high oil consumption
Looking at the front of the car, down around the oil filter.
my car dealer suggest 5qt
if you have engine oil in your fuel injectors then you have bigger problems then your car not starting..
Most 4 cylinder car manufacturers recommend using 5W30 oil.
There is a clearly labeled cover over the general area of the oil filter behind the cross member on the underside of the car.
on the 4 cylinder its on the side of the oil pan facing the rear of the car. not sure about the v6
The main difference between an oil free compressor and an oil flooded compressor is the method of injection to compress the air for mechanical equipment, most common being construction equipment. In the oil free compressor, air is injected with screws while an oil flooded compressor uses oil injected into the holes to create a seal.
Battery connections came loose. Oil flooded cylinders. Something came loose.