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Old 09-27-2006, 07:21 PM   #1
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sombody is out to destroy me, sombody drained my oil last night and now On my way to work I notice my lifters are sounding really badly , I stop ,kill the motor and check the oil....theres nothing, Nothing whatsoever...Im fucked how to hell am I going to get home , My Freakin motor might blow for sure!
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Old 09-27-2006, 07:57 PM   #2
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I Was full yesterday on dipstick!
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Old 09-27-2006, 08:19 PM   #3
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man that is messed up if someone is actually draining your oil!

are you sure you have no leaks?
i remember i drove my se-r from berkeley to san jose CA with no oil (leaked all out on the way lol) i felt bad afterwards dang
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Old 09-27-2006, 08:30 PM   #4
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I don't understand it...Could it have somthing to do with the washer on the oil drain plug? I lost that in the oil pan last change....
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um did you see anything on the ground, if all your oil drained out without someone catching it in something i'm sure you'd have to notice the giant mess
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4l of oil on the ground is VERY noticable. You would have had to walk through it to get into the car. Unless someone stole you oil. I think you have other issues, you might want to look elsewhere.
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Thats just it, there was no mess, They had to have had a drain pan sO i would'nt notice, I have a suspition, theres a neibor across the street who has a mazda as well , a young dude he drives a riced out 1.6, I raced him the other night and smoked him, maybe he wanted revenge...Not a good thing
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So you seriously think someone drained your oil and stole it? What kind of fucked up neighborhood do you live in?
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I don't understand it...Could it have somthing to do with the washer on the oil drain plug? I lost that in the oil pan last change....
That washer should be replaced with a new one each oil change as it crushes a little and seals your oil drain. You probably leaked oil all the way to work and ran out toward the end which is why there is no trail for you to see near your car.

I can't imagine someone who would go thru the trouble of getting under your car, undoing the drain bolt, bringing a container to catch almost 4L of oil, putting the drain bolt back in, and running away with 4L of oil....:gay:
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****....Well I have had my car broken into twice, so I don't know what to expect!
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damn so what would be my next step, what can I do, I have only one car to do anything....
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Could I make it home with one quart of motor oil it's all I have till friday..
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walk to a gas station and buy some oil
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Have no money till the 29 th, I live like 10 miles away
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Could I make it on one quart ?
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i would not try it, a new motor is going to cost a lot more than a few quarts of oil, ask neighbors for some oil, bum quarters and ride a bicycle to a place that has oil
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were you getting oil pressure? maybe your burning it?
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Yes I had oIl pressure, Im not sure if I was burning it , how could I tell that, The only thing that I could think of is the washer not being replaced wen the last oil change was done.
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****!!!! How could I slip up on somthing so little! ****!
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Unless your favorite neighbor has one of the dipstick syphons/pumps
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