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Re: A question, and a lesson learned

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Patrick Potter

12-12-2013 14:36:54

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Thanks for your answers, and no I haven't ran it yet and I am going to change the oil filter also, when I drained the oil I let it drain for at least 30 minutes (came out like it was water, I wonder why haha), I haven't replaced the oil yet but I drained it immediately.


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12-12-2013 17:44:09

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 Re: A question, and a lesson learned in reply to Patrick Potter, 12-12-2013 14:36:54  
here is your quote:

"so I decided to crank it and CAUTIOUSLY watch it, oil immediately starts blowing every where instantly shut it down"

so.. you DID run it.... that means there is gas in the top end and galleys ...journals and all...

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Patrick Potter

12-14-2013 22:25:33

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 Re: A question, and a lesson learned in reply to soundguy, 12-12-2013 17:44:09  
Soundguy, you made the comment that there is gas in the gallows and other places what does that mean and what should I do about this if anything, I haven't ran it since that day.

Thanks for all your help I've learned a lot just following your replies to other post

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12-16-2013 07:40:59

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 Re: A question, and a lesson learned in reply to Patrick Potter, 12-14-2013 22:25:33  
oil galleyes. that's basically the oil passagesways in the block.

since it had gas in the pan.. when you cranked it up for those few seconds.. it did circulate gas thinned oil to some extent.

at this point.. not much you can do.

change the gas thined oil out for new oil. change the filter.
I'd runt he engine over with out the spark plugs in to run the oil pump and circulate some oil before any compression loading starts.

once you ran her over a few times.. then put plugs in and go to rowk.

residual gas will flash off pretty fast with heat.

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