Knocking

Asked by Apr 28, 2016 at 01:34 AM about the 1993 Chevrolet Blazer Silverado 2-Door 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So this really turkey ass hole pulled the plug on my
oil pan and drain out all the oil I did not realize that
until I drove a little ways it started knocking and
stop driving it I have a friend look at it he put oil in
it and all that good stuff now there's too much
while I'm trying to put some power punch into it but
as too much oil does I need to drain some oil out
I'm a girly girl but I'm going to have to do this on
my own and I need some advice as soon as
possible please is it going to help me

4 Answers

1,880

Confused? Help u with what? You should not overfill your oil. It can blow gaskets if to much, but make sure you check oil after sitting a while and on a level surface!

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Your friend needs to pull the drain plug, let the oil drain out into a container. Put the plug back in, and add the oil you drained out back into the engine via the oil fill cap, but only till it's full. Then recycle the rest.

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A bar of soap in your mouth will clean up the foul language pretty quickly.

Um ok. Thats rediclous bob. Pretty sure most anyone would call one who did such a thing an asshole. But i guess thats all you could come up with. Thanks mikbek and mark. I guess the real question was how to pull the plug. But its all good. L

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