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While I agree with Allan that you should clean out the oil and put what is recommended into the system, I think the problem is not the oil. I think you might have a leaking injector causing your hard start/black smoke on start-up issue. This is the reason I asked about the color of the smoke, as it makes a huge difference in the diagnosis. If you run some ...


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HDF-30 as I understand it is for for engines like that found in tractors or off-road plant. Whilst not saying your starting and smoke is directly attributable to the addition of this oil (25%) I would think that it quite probable. Use an engine flush treatment whilst replacing this mix with its correct oil to put your engine on an operational safe side, even ...


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If oil is below 3/4 after 6 months or after 10000km then its too much. Are you using the recommended graded oil? Check with Repco or BNT if you have it in your country or your local parts dealer not a mechanic unless its the cars dealership.


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It is actually normal for brand new and modern cars to consume oil. There is no set number, but as a rule of thumb, it's often agreed that up to about 1 quart or 1 litre of oil per 1000 miles (e.g. out of 6L of oil from the oil pan) is considered to be an entirely normal oil consumption rate; on the other hand, more than 1L per 1000 km is probably too much ...


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Running without an exhaust will cause the bike to run a little leaner. if its already lean you may be overheating the engine (correct air/fuel mix also cools the cylinders) which in turn will affect the oil which will also affect the engine. Watery oil to me means one thing, its broken down so is thinner than it should be and not lubricating how it should. ...


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The first thing I think of when I hear 'watery oil' is a bad head gasket. That could cause a lot of the issues you are experiencing. we have escaped like noise from the motor Can you explain what that means? I wonder if it could be something simple like an oil change, all fluids or maybe even needs more water. It might be a good idea to change ...


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It's not unusual for a second radiator to be present behind the main radiator, often to cool the transmission fluid. If these fluids are mixing (water and transmission fluid), then both radiators have been damaged and are leaking their fluids together. Both radiators will need to be removed and repaired. Sometimes coolant will appear in engine oil because ...


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I take it from the wording, English is not your first language. To answer you outright, there is no reason to mix coolant and oil, under no situation where a vehicle is concerned. If you are actually asking why oil would be fed through something containing coolant (radiator or such), the reason would be simple in that it is cooling the oil. By cooling the ...



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