By BadTime - 30/08/2011 09:35 - United States
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And even if an oil change solved the problem, it would be short term, as the leftover soap in your block would be likely to prevent the oil from lubing the cylinder anyway, and then BAM! Cracked block or head and a hefty repair bill.. So ladies, who wants to lube my cylinder? I swear I don't bleed!.. Much
Drain the water right away, and let it drain for about 30 minutes. Fill the crankcase with the recommended amount of oil, and drain the crankcase again. This will help get any water on top of the engine out. Refill the crankcase with new oil again, and you should be fine. A little water won't hurt the engine. Condensation builds up inside anyway. Finally, I would change the oil after a day or two of driving the vehicle, just to be sure that all the water is out. Yes, copy and pasted this, because I couldn't be bothered to write it out.
Bright side is you don't need the car to travel to work. Get your groceries delivered.