What weight motor oil for 350?

Depends on the year it was made.

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What are causes of over heating engines?

Low coolantCooling fan not operatingPlugged or restricted radiatorSystem airboundHoses collapsing under pressureDefective radiator capWater pump not circulating coolantStuck closed thermostatMissing or broken radiator shroudFaulty fan clutch (if equipped)

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How often should you wax your car?

It all depends on various factors. Is the car garaged? Is it driven daily? Is it washed regularly? What season is it? Rule of thumb: When the water stops beading on your vehicle, it's time for a new coat of wax. This can be anywhere from 1 week to a few months.

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Who invented the first petrol motorcycle?

Gottlieb Daimler invented the very first petrol motorcycle. He made this invention back in 1885. He was a German inventor.

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Can a car using R12 refrigerant use R134?

You would have to replace the orifice tube, accumulator or receiver-drier (which one you have depends on what type of AC system you have), as well as remove all of the R12 refrigerant, and you'd have to replace the compressor oil with PAG.

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Who invented the petrol?

a genius named Adrian Aguaristi

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Your car seems to be leaking but you dont know if its oil or water but you think it's water because it has no color the leak is coming from the back of the car on the bottom away from the muffler?

You can tell for sure if its water or oil be dropping a bit in a glass of water if it desolves it water oil wont

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What type of motor oil should be in a car on a hot day?

How hot is it? You can't be changing it every 8 hours to match the weather. Put in some artificial oil if you have no oil leaks and go back to sleep.

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What type of antifreeze does a 96 corolla take?

For most non-extreme climates regular 50/50 antifreeze. For colder than average climates(negative zero temps) use a more concentrated mix. Also it is wise to do a complete flush of the cooling system every one to two years.

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How do you get water out of car floorboards?

Remove it with a wet/dry vac.

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How do you replace power steering fluid tank?

there's a tank for it and the lid has a dipstick. buy the fluid online and fill the tank to the mark on the dipstick. if you do it wrong the wosrst that could happen is you get really touchy steering but that could easily be fixed by draining some of the fluid.im 14 so that answer was pretty impr...

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Why is your car leaking water?

normally if a car is leaking water it is because of the air conditioning in the car being cold so the car will sometimes leak if the ac is running long enough and cold enough.

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On a new car when should you start using synthetic oil?

You should start using synthetic oil right away. The engines in today's cars don't go through a "break in period" like older cars did because the cylinders and pistons are machined to very tight tolerances. Advancements in CNC machining centers and materials have eliminated the traditional break ...

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Where does brake fluid go in 1986 southwind RV?

The master cylinder is located on the lower left side (Drivers side) of the engine. It is difficult to get to, because of it's location...It is about a foot down on the side. You will need a flashlight to see it, a short screwdriver to get the cap off, and a small funnel with about a 2 foot exten...

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What type of oil is used in a 1988 Chevy small block V8 350?

Your climate may make a difference but 5W-30 covers most.

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If your car will not start and you notice a belt on the ground near the right front tire is that the alternator belt?

Very possibly. If the alternator is locked up (shot) it will burn the belt off of it in seconds. If the alternator has no belt on it chances are this is why. I hope this helps you. Mark

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What would cause Tractor Hydraulic fluid to foam?

The only thing that causes hydraulic fluid to foam is air. The solution as to why your hydraulic system is creating air can be difficult. If the system has a hydrostatic drive , then there will be a charge pump( gear or georoler) which will always be working off of the hydrostatic pump in a vacum...

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