heres a link for ya http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=72
if its already failed, get the oil out of there pronto, and you might also want to pull the spark plugs to get the coolant out of your cylinders, but the cylinder walls can rust if you leave some in there, so i think your supposed to spray something in them....a little help guys?
also after you fill it back up with oil, let it run for a bit, then change it again...but that only applies if it failed, if its preventative maintenance......good for you
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