Question: 1 Which Of The Following Components Prevents Oil From Draining Out Of An Oil Filter And Back Down To The Oil Pan When The Engine Is Shut Off

What Will Happen If You Put New Oil Into A Car Without Draining The Old Oil Or Changing The Filter

It is a Chrysler Town and country, and my friends mom thinks it is alright to just add new oil where it says engine oil, without draining the oil, or changing the oil filter. and she did it even though i tol her not to, causing the "engine oil" tube to overflow thoughts? I know, she is stupid. ...

When Doing An Oil Change Can The Oil Filter Be Changed First Before Draining The Oil

Can the oil filter be changed before draining the oil through the oil plug? Does the order matter? Or is this going to cause all the oil in the car to go through the oil filter? I wouldn't want that to happen. What if the oil filter was mounted on the side? Will all of the oil still come out? ...

Possible To Change Oil Filter Without Changing Oil

I have a Toyota Camry 1989. It is leaking oil so I put about a quart in every month. The oil is therefore pretty clean, but it's time to change the filter. Is it possible to change the filter without draining the oil? How? (I'm assuming it's not too hard to change oil...) Also, would it be bad to drain the oil, change the filter, and put the oil back in again? ...

I Think Water Got Into My Car Engine

Las night by Fiancee and I changed the air filter and bulbs in his car, and the bonnet must've been left open a little bit, and it rained last night and now the car won't start. I'm guessing water got into the engine, so can we save it by draining all the oils and draining the cylinders etc etc ?? It's a 1.3L Mazda 121. Can anyone help, we need a way to salvage this car, It wasn't a lot of water, and we HAVE ...

Mechanic Quensions Experts Coming HELP

1. Which of the following components prevents oil from draining out of an oil filter and back down to the oil pan when the engine is shut off? A. A pressure-relief valve B. The oil filter mount C. The oil filter gasket D. An anti-drain-back valve 2. Three automotive technicians are discussing how oil should be changed in a vehicle. Technician A says that an engine should be run for a ...

Can I Change The Oil Filter Without Draining The Oil

I recently put the wrong oil filter on my 2002 chrysler sebring, while changing the oil. I was wondering if i want to switch oil filters do i have to drain the oil again? or just twist off the oil filter and replace it? ...

What If My Oil Filter Is Rated For 5,000 Miles, But My Synthetic Motor Oil Is Rated For 15,000 Miles

Does this mean that I must go through the hassle of draining (in order to preserve) my synthetic oil every time I replace the oil filter? Are there long lasting (15,000 miles between changes) engine oil filters available? ...

Will My New Oil Spill Out After I Remove The Old Oil Filter

When changing my oil on my 1998 Jeep Wrangler SE, i wasn't paying attention and after draining the old oil, i went ahead and poured the new oil in and forgot to remove the old oil filter. When i take the old filter off will all of the new oil i poured in spill out? will i need to buy more oil? Or will everything just be fine? ...

Where To Find The Cooling Fan Relay On A 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4X4

The cooling fan on my engine would not shut off even when the car was off of an extended period of time. I took out the fuse which shut it off and when I went to go put the fuse back in, now the fan will not come back on. My car is not overheating from what I can see. Please help!!!!!!!!! ...

Tough Problem With 98 Dodge 3500 Diesel

98 Dodge 3500, 2wd, 5 speed man., 24 valve diesel. 265k miles. I am having problems with it not starting after I shut it off. It just cranks and cranks, and it is like someone shut the fuel off. It started about 1 month ago. It used to start within 1/2 sec of cranking. Then it started taking up to 5 sec before firing up. Now, sometimes it starts, delayed, and others it does not start at all. The only way ...