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Wayne K

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  1. Thanks Loren. See my reply to RFM. If you can respond to my reply please do so. Wayne K
  2. The car hadn't been run for over a month. As it isn't practical for me to run the car at this time my plan was to drain the tank for a day and then the crankcase for a day and change out the filter. Per Loren's instructions I guess I started with the wrong drain plug. From what you've said should I expect the majority of the oil to drain from the crankcase vs the tank if the car hasn't been run for a month and just the opposite if the oil is at operating temp? If I don't have to run the car to get a proper drain I would like to finish this project. Otherwise I'll wait until spring. Does
  3. Just bought this car a couple months ago so haven't changed the oil yet. Car is in winter storeage/enclosed building. Wanted to change oil/filter. I had checked the oil level several times before storeage and on the computer and the dipstip it showed to be at the correct level. I didn't want to run the car in the enclosed building so I started by removing the drain plug on the oil tank. To my surprise only about 1 to 2 quarts of oil came out. The manual says to bring oil up to operating temperature before draining. My questions are: 1) Is there a thermostat system that doesn't allow the oil
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