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Old 24th January 2013, 14:26   #76
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Default Re: Why does engine Oil go Black immediately?

Originally Posted by blackfire_9 View Post

noel, this seems to be very risky. Is there any way to ensure that the engine won't fire up?

Agree with blackfire 100% on this. Noel - This in my point of view should not be tried at all. Even 5 seconds without or very less oil can take away many millionths of an mm to make your engine go bad. On a car with hydraulic lifters do not attempt this at all.
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