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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-06, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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Mayonaise in ford motor removal

Hi gang
Any ideas on how to remove Mayo from my EB without taking off the sump.
I have drained out as much as i can overnight .
Iwas thinking of putting 5 ltrs of kero in the sump then draining .
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Re: Mayonaise in ford motor removal

might want to ring PRAISE or KRAFT!!!!!
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Re: Mayonaise in ford motor removal

My question is how did mayo get in there in the first place?
Should wash out with the kero, and what ever is left will end up in the oil filter

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Re: Mayonaise in ford motor removal

Flushing oil. see http://www.chris-longhurst.com/carbi...oil_bible.html for the pros and cons though. I would just take it for a long drive so it gets hot and stays hot for a while then do an oil and filter cahnge.

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