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Hastings
1980 International Scout II Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.0L Hastings

P311-3CA4B08    LF115  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on(Also Used as Hydraulic or Transmission)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1980 - International Scout II V 8 Cyl 5.0L 304 -
Hastings
1970 International Scout Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.0L Hastings

P311-3CA4B08    LF115  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on(Also Used as Hydraulic or Transmission)
  • ; Spin-on
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
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1970 - International Scout V 8 Cyl 5.0L 304 4982
Hastings
1991 International 500 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 7.3L Hastings

P311-4646D79    LF299  New

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18.72
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Spin-on
  • ; OE Number : 1814562C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 84
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1991 - International 500 T444E V 8 Cyl 7.3L 444 7277
Hastings
1992 International 4600 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 7.3L Hastings

P311-4646D79    LF299  New

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18.72
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Spin-on
  • ; OE Number : 1814562-C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 84
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1992 - International 4600 T444E V 8 Cyl 7.3L 444 7277
Hastings
2000 International 5600i Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 8.7L Hastings

P311-49B42EF    LF284  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on
  • ; Full-Flow OE Number : 1819452-C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 54
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2000 - International 5600i DT530 L 6 Cyl 8.7L 530 8687
Hastings
2008 International 4300 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.4L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; Element (w/o Screw on Cap) OE Number : 1840752-C91
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2008 - International 4300 MaxxForce 7 V 8 Cyl 6.4L 389 6369
Hastings
2006 International CXT Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.0L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; w/o Screw on Cap OE Number : 1844588C91
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2006 - International CXT VT365 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 365 -
Hastings
2001 International 4700 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 6.7L Hastings

P311-49B42EF    LF284  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on
  • ; OE Number : 1819452-C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 54
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2001 - International 4700 DT408 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 6687
Hastings
1995 International 7100 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 8.7L Hastings

P311-49B42EF    LF284  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on
  • ; Full-Flow OE Number : 1819452C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 54
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1995 - International 7100 DT530 L 6 Cyl 8.7L 530 8687
Hastings
1997 International 4900 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 8.7L Hastings

P311-49B42EF    LF284  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on
  • ; OE Number : 1833121-C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 54
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1997 - International 4900 DT530 L 6 Cyl 8.7L 530 8687
Hastings
2003 International 3200 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.0L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; (w/o Screw on Cap) OE Number : 1844588-C91
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2003 - International 3200 VT365 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 365 -
Hastings
2010 International 3200 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.4L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; (w/o Screw on Cap) OE Number : 1838489-C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2010 - International 3200 MaxxForce 7 V 8 Cyl 6.4L 389 6369
Hastings
1994 International 4900 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 6.7L Hastings

P311-49B42EF    LF284  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on
  • ; OE Number : 1819452C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 54
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1994 - International 4900 DT408 L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 6687
Hastings
2002 International 4200 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.0L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; (w/o Screw on Cap) OE Number : 1840752-C91
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2002 - International 4200 VT365 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 365 5982
Hastings
2003 International 4400 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.0L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; OE Number : 1840752C91
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2003 - International 4400 VT365 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 365 5982
Hastings
2007 International 7500 Engine Oil Filter - Oil Cooler 6 Cyl 9.3L Hastings

P311-4646D79    LF299  New

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18.72
Hastings Engine Oil Filter  Oil Cooler
  • Lube Spin-on
  • ; OE Number : 1822731-C1
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 84
Brand: Hastings
Position: Oil Cooler
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Vehicle Engine Designation Position Block Engine CID CC
2007 - International 7500 MaxxForce 10 Oil Cooler L 6 Cyl 9.3L 570 -
Hastings
2006 International 1652SC Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.0L Hastings

P311-2D2450D    LF558  New

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23.39
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Lube Element
  • ; OE Number : 1844588C91
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2006 - International 1652SC VT365 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 365 5982
Hastings
1980 International S1724 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.6L Hastings

P311-3CA4B08    LF115  New

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Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Full-Flow Lube Spin-on(Also Used as Hydraulic or Transmission)
  • ; Full-Flow See Product Guide for Variations of This Number. Fleetguard : LF33136
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1980 - International S1724 MV404 V 8 Cyl 6.6L 404 -
Premium Guard
1975 International Scout II Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.4L Premium Guard

P311-23C8BA5    PO1A  New

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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1975 - International Scout II V 8 Cyl 6.4L 392 -
Premium Guard
1973 International 1010 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.0L Premium Guard - Standard Life

P311-3AD68A4    PO195  New

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3.71
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Standard Life
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1973 - International 1010 V 8 Cyl 5.0L 304 -

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Noise on start up

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Question From tractorboy on Noise on start up

2003 Impala 3.4L use 5w-30 oil, pf47 oil filter with anti drain back. When I start the car in the morning , what i think are the hydraulic lifters, clatter for about 6 seconds then go away to a nice sounding engine. The sound is more pronounced the cooler or colder it gets. I looked at the engine block without the oil filter, nothing unusuall. There is a what appears to be a bypass at the top where the filter goes. Push in on it, spring loaded, could this be bad , letting oil to tricle back ? it isn't in backwards is it ? the bypass is at the 1 oclock position above the center stud the oil filter spins on to. any suggestions

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

It’s likely a couple of lifters that are leaking down over night.
Do you have any history on this engine, things like an intake gasket letting go and dousing the crankcase with coolant?
Something like that could cause some minor damage to a lifters internal valveing allowing it to collapse over night.
The oil filter bypass valve I don’t think would cause this. It’s there to prevent oil starvation if the filter becomes plugged.
It’s not a check valve, like what you would find in an electric fuel pump to hold a column of fuel between the pump and fuel rail.
Dan.

Response From tractorboy

Nope nothing else just the noisey lifters, which sounds like all of them, not just one or two. I thought it might be the anti-flow back gasket in the oil filter, so I put on a new filter. I was wondering if it could be one bearing, like a main, that could be really out of specs. Also I was wondering if it could be the oil, I use 5w-30. Is it possible that someone is dumping something in the oil like stp or motor honey that would make the oil thicker ?, prank stuff does happen here.
Can I ask you another question....do you have an automotive dvom ? what is it ? is it what you wanted ? is there one you would rather have instead ? also same question s as above ,but for a scan tool. actually that was more than one question

Response From DanD

I’m not sure about the rod or main bearings making the noise, (not without hearing it in person), but they make a definite knock more then a tick.
An automotive DVOM is a Digital Volt/Ohmmeter, I use a Fluke 88 and it’s actually a multi-meter being that it has a 10-amp ammeter and it can also read duty cycle.

As far as a scan tool I have a Vetronix Mastertech and it works well for most things and it has a built in lab scope but the more sophisticated the vehicle get with the electronics, I’m starting to think about buying manufacturer specific scanners, at least for the three north American builders.

Response From tractorboy

The fluke is one of the meters I am looking at...the Mastertech is nice. I am probably going to do a notebook or palm pilot based scanner. I was thinking of recording the noise, make a 6 second wav file and attach it to this post so everybody can hear it. If I can not attach I will upload to rapidshare or simular and put the link in the post to download....what do you think of the OTC automotive dvom ?

Response From DanD

I have never used the OTC meter but they make good units. Almost any style of automotive meter will work ok as long as it has at least a 10megaohm-impedance rated voltmeter you’ll be ok.
Dan.

Response From tractorboy

I checked my oil pressure. I removed the oil pressure switch and screwed in the pressure guage. At the same time I also checked the oil switch. I plugged the switch back in and layed it on part of the engine so it would be electrically grounded. The car had been sitting all night, I started the engine and the pressure went imediately up to 40 psi. I am wondering if this is the correct way to test. In the oem shop manual they have a pressure guage they attach in place of the oil filter ? Also the manual says 60 psi @ 1800 rpm. Latter in the day I tested again after the engine was warmed up and at idle it was around 38 psi and I do not have a tach, so I just increased the idle and it went up to 45-48 psi. Also the low oil pressure icon came on on the info track display, which was a concern that the oil pressure switch did not work. There was also something that I read that I can not get past. In the block where the oil filter screws on is a releif valve, I have seen it it is about at the 1 oclock possition. In the manual it says that if the oil filter is plugged or...... the valve will open at 10 -15 psi. Well if there is any thing over 15 psi...say like 60 psi, wouldn't the bypass valve be open all the time ? or does the oil pressure on the other side keep it closed, unless the filter is clogged and the only flow is through the releif ?

1972 Cadillac eldorado

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Question From dougc426 on 1972 Cadillac eldorado

I bought this car NOT running,Carb was wroung one so i got the correct one for it.Hooked up all vacuum lines,new plugs,wires,cap,rotor,uni-points,oil&filter.Carb was dyno-tested and run on a motor,The guy that rebuilds them has done carbs for me before all have been good.So get everything hooked up and i have power to coil but no spark out of the coil going to the cap,not many wires to hook up and i have a 1972 cadillac shop manual to help out.Now what do i look for to get this car running?...Help please

Response From Hammer Time

Check for power at the red lead coming into the distributor.

Response From dougc426

I did,Power to coil,then when i turn the car over,I have spark to negitive side but still no spark to distributor,I put new coil in too.also checked out distributor wire tested out good???

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

How did you determine that you have spark to negative side of the coil? Isn't this HEI with internal coil?

Response From dougc426

No its not a HEI,I dont think they came out till 1973??/...Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

So it has points?

Response From dougc426

yes it does

Response From Hammer Time

You should be getting a pulsing ground signal on the - side of the coil when cranking. If none found, change the points and condenser.

Response From dougc426

Ok,will do.the points are new but i know that dont mean squat..Thanks

Response From dougc426

new points same results,still no spark from coil????

Response From Hammer Time

Do you have pulse on the negative side when cranking?

Response From dougc426

looked to be steady no pulse...!!!!

Response From Hammer Time

Then you still have a problem in the points or distributor. That is what supplies the pulsing ground to fire the coil. Make sure the wire isn't shorted inside anywhere.

Response From re-tired

YOU said you put in a set of uni points . make sure you mounted the wire to them correctly .Ive seen them grounded by mistake . also what did you gap points to . Have you tried getting a dwell meter to read ?

Response From dougc426

also how can you ground them(the points) by mistake mistake??????

Response From re-tired

The post has insulating washers on it .Is is possible but rare to get the wire behind the washers vs between them which will ground it. What about the point setting. Glad to help you TROLL for an answer.

Response From Hammer Time

The wire is supposed to be making contact with the swinging arm and the related spring only. If it makes contact with the frame that is screwed down, it is shorted out. Also make sure your engine is grounded to the battery and frame.

Response From Double J

Saw a lot of guys install the wire in the wrong spot....

One thought i had too is ...had many uniset points come out of the box and not start the car.
Not just Delco Remy but others as well..

Assuming they're installed correctly as the others have mentioned..take an allen wrench,open the distributor cap window and while someone cranks the engine,try backing off on the points to see if it hits/starts.Had to to this many times,if so,then set the dwell with a dwell meter..
A lot of guys that didnt have a meter would dial the points in until the engine misfired and then back em off like 180 degrees..not the correct way ...

Response From dougc426

Hey Guys,
Took distributor out and put new wire leed in.Car started right up,Purrs like a kitten.So want to thank you all for the help...Best...Doug

Response From Hammer Time

Glad to hear it. it must have been contacting the housing somewhere.

Response From dougc426

The end for the points in the cap was very loose,not making good contact,maybe this can help someone else out,trying to figure out how to poet picture of can on this web site

Response From Hammer Time

The best way is to upload it to a photo hosting site like Photobucket.com or Imageshack.com and post the image link here and then the picture shows up here.

Response From dougc426

I down loaded a pic but now how do i post it up???

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Response From dougc426

well im getting closer(LOL)

Response From dougc426


Hey Guys,
You know what the two dimmer switchs on the drivers floor are for?
1)for the head kights...
2)is for the wonderbar radio you push it and it moves the the bar search on the radio pretty cool eh?...

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Old phart here - most of my 200 cars had floor switch for dimers

T

Response From Hammer Time

You can try just copying and pasting but if that doesn't work, then you have to host it on an image hosting site and post the image link.

Response From dougc426

Thanks.........................

Response From dougc426

SOMETIMES YOU CAN REALLY GET TEED OFF..bUT WHEN THEY ARE RUNNING RIGHT,YOU HAVE TO SMILLE!!!!!!

Response From Hammer Time

LOL, thanks for posting the solution

Response From dougc426

How could you get the wire wroung?.Theres only one wire to hook(get it) up..I'm ready to go fishing as i have a house on the water in hernando beach florida..15 minutes to open gulf..thanks for your help...best

Response From dougc426

No its not a hei,I dont think HEI came out till 1973..thanks

morning engine rapping noise

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Question From boogettyman on morning engine rapping noise

HELLO,
I TOOK MY CAR FOR AN OIL CHANGE AND WHEN THEY WERE FINISHED I PAID AND GOT IN MY VEHICLE AND LEFT , I WENT APPROX. 250 FEET DOWN THE ROAD AND MY OIL LIGHT CAME ON SO I TURNED AROUND IMMEDIATELY AND WENT RIGHT BACK AND TOLD THEM . THEY TOOK A LOOK OIL WAS ALL OVER THE UNDERNEATH OF THE CAR - WHICH IS A 2011 NISSAN MURANO - THEY CHECKED IT OUT AND SAID THAT THE OIL FILTER GASKET HAD A CRACK AND THAT'S WHY THE OIL LEAK - THEY CHANGED THE FILTER AND SAID THEY REPLACED ABOUT 2 1/2 QUARTS OF OIL . I THEN LEFT AND THINGS SEEMED TO BE OK - UNTIL NEXT MORNING WHEN I STARTED THE CAR AND HEARD A DRY RAPPING NOISE THAT LASTED ABOUT 4-5 SEC. - I TOOK IT TO THE NISSAN DEALER AND EXPLAINED EVERYTHING TO THEM - THEY DID A OIL CHANGE AGAIN AND PUT THEIR OIL & FILTER IN IT AND THOUGHT THAT IT MIGHT TAKE CARE OF IT .. NEXT DAY - SAME THING - SAME NOISE AND EVERY MORNING SINCE ... HAPPENS WHEN THE CAR SITS ALL NIGHT . CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN WHAT KIND OF DAMAGE WOULD OCCUR WHEN YOU LOSE YOUR OIL LIKE THAT ... AND WHAT WOULD BE THE FIX TO THIS SITUATION !!!!! I FEEL THAT IT HAS DAMAGED SOMETHING INTERNAL WHERE AS THE OIL DOES NOT STAY RETAINED IN THE UPPER END OF THE ENGINE . SO IT MAKES THE NOISE WHEN I START IT UNTIL OIL GETS PUMPED TO THE UPPER END .?????? THANK- YOU FOR YOUR HELP....!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That oil change place owes you an engine and you need to stop messing with the car and notify them immediately that you want the engine replaced and by someone other than them. What happened is when the guy put the oil filter on, the old gasket was still there because it didn't come off with the filter and when you double gasket, they pour oil out and do severe damage. They also lied about how much oil they put back in because that car was empty when you brought it back to them. They have insurance for things like this but don't waste any more time.

Is my car ruined?

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Question From damiane on Is my car ruined?

Hello,
First time poster.
Driving along the motorway yesterday, grinding noise fronm engine, then seconds later oil-light came on and i had to stop, smoke coming from exhaust also.
The AA man came and inspected - said there is a hole in my oil sump, caused by rods in the engine breaking, hence loss of oil.
Long shot i know, but is it likely to be something that's fixable or i do i know have a scrap car?
Its only done 43,000 miles and was serviced regularly and one careful owner, so no idea what's happened.
If anyone has and idea what the best step is i'd be grateful. It's an Astra, 1.4 SXI on a 56 plate. Thanks

Response From HT

You'll be scrapping at least the engine. I don't know what kind of shape the rest of the car is in and whether it would be worth fixing.

Response From damiane

Thanks - rest of car is in decent condition, No damage to bodywork, good wheels and tyres etc.
New engine cost a lot i guess?

Response From HT

We're in the US and that car is not so i would have no idea on the repair cost or the value of the car.

Response From Discretesignals

43K, supposedly well maintained, and it chucks a rod? There has to be more to this story.

Response From damiane

43K, supposedly well maintained, and it chucks a rod? There has to be more to this story.

There IS more to it. Thanks for the replies, everybody. I didn't realise this was an American website. The 56 plate means 2006 second half of the year.

Anyway, yeah, car was driven well. As some of you have correctly said, the engine is now completely destroyed. The workshop mechanic has said the car was probably driven without oil in it or the oil pump gave up.

Car DID have oil in it because when i pulled over after the engine died, there was oil pouring out all over the floor from under the engine. Lots of it. I never once got a warning light on the dash until just a few seconds before the breakdown.

Mystery to me. Anyway, i've gotta get a new engine and it's costing me £3500, which is about 5 thousand dollars US.

Seems really bad luck that it dies after 43000 miles when lots of my co-workers have cars that are over 100,000 miles and still work perfectly. Sigh.

Response From HT

I never once got a warning light on the dash until just a few seconds before the breakdown.

seconds??....... just how many seconds?

You can equate the oil light warning to your heart pumping. It only takes seconds without it to die.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

damaine: Quote>>"I didn't realise this was an American website."

It's not an "American" only website at all, just happens that most regualar techs and passers by are dealing with N. American vehicles and have more exacting info on them.

HT as said an oil warning is like your heart stopped and doesn't matter much about fine technical details - it's a fatal problem and if this warning was just a light they have been historically way too late on many for ages. That issue is common to any engine that pumps oil to survive.

Damage is done no matter whether low oil for any reason or not pumping for any reason.

Now the job is to figure out the best approach for your access to repair, parts new or used and a good mechanic still to install and make right again or you would know by extimated costs if it exceeds value of the car which still has value without an engine - do the math.

Hard part is to find a good used, whole engine with those low miles again with a good history of care that met it's demise perhaps from a rear end accident or whole remanufactured engine that here can come in what's called long or short blocks meaning with or without head(s) and swap over all the assorted brackets and stuff from the broken one.

Opinion - just my own maybe is a good original beats the redone ones for life expectancy but takes takes knowing which used ones are really good or not. It must be the exact correct one as well.

So figure out the value as it is now, the costs of alternate transportation, costs to solve the problem vs trade it for another whole vehicle now,

Good luck and hope it doesn't cost way too much,

T

Response From damiane

damaine: Quote>>"I didn't realise this was an American website."

It's not an "American" only website at all,

I never said it was American only. I said i didn't realise it was American, hence my not explaining the plate details.

I've had to order a brand new engine. Total cost is 5 thousand dollars for the whole job. Car worth about 6 thousand dollars with new engine, and 200 dollars without.

Looks like i just got unlucky i guess. Did regular oil changes, never ignored any warning lights, had it serviced when supposed to. Thanks for the help guys. Much appreciated.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

One more - 5-10 actual seconds it probably shouldn't have blown but unknown is it may have been borderline too long before the warning light for a long time. a whole minute would be enough on most with zero oil pressure.

Your prices seem high but can't equate what might be available for here vs there and the taxes involved either. If you can get this right again at least you know the rest of the car and I guess I'd bite the bullet and do it,

T

PS: My fault on not knowing at least the plate thing. Been to British territories and some of Europe not paying much attention to car anything really....

Response From nickwarner

If the oil pump had a catastrophic failure that would account for your lack of warning and it was too late once that light came on anyhow. You threw me off with the plate thing. In the US we would've said "I have an 06 blah blah blah" not something about a 56plate. This site is US based, and all mods here are US or Canadian. So While we are always willing to help as much as possible, when it comes to vehicle specific details we have no access to info on cars not sold here and I for one had no idea your license plates had something to do with the year of the car. Very different in the US on that end.

The price you are being quoted to put in a brand new engine sounds reasonable to me. Make sure you keep any and all papers you get with this for warranty work. Also if you were to sell the car later you can prove the engine is new instead of hoping someone trusts you of it.

Response From HT

Most engines getting ready to fail will usually give some sort of warning indication, although is may be something only recognized by a professional so you should have it checked over from time to time just for general health even though this one may have been unavoidable.

Response From damiane

I never once got a warning light on the dash until just a few seconds before the breakdown.

seconds??....... just how many seconds?

You can equate the oil light warning to your heart pumping. It only takes seconds without it to die.

Can't be exact, but between 5 and 10 seconds maximum.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Did this get its oil changed as it should? Did you have oil in it when it blew? Any signs like a missing drain plug or double gasketed oil filter? You have a catastrophic failure. This sent a rod through your oil pan so basically the engine internals came apart at full speed and because shrapnel. You will need a brand new engine, this one cannot be rebuild because the block itself is damaged. You said this car is a 56? That might be a rare one to locate as parts for a 57 year old car aren't that easy to come by.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OP - please pardon my ignorance but what does "plate 56" mean? I don't think that indicates the year it was made or model year or is a code # for what year.

This site does catch a fair share of traffic from the UK in particular and any place possible. Most regulars here are N. American with invasive emission controls, safety mandated items and crash designs that make vehicle get far less fuel economy in comparison.

The mechanical basics of an internal combustion engine are all there so we can make guesses without good or any software help for fine details.

Nick - I doubt the "Plate 56" means it is a 1956 model,

Tom

Response From HT

OP - please pardon my ignorance but what does "plate 56" mean?


He's in the UK



In the UK, you can tell the year of the car by the number plate.
It also (these days) changes half way through a year.

So, for example, an 06 car is from early 2006, a 56 car is from late 2006, a 07 car is from early 2007, a 57 car is from late 2007.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UK_number_plate

Water Pump Leaking - 99 Toyota Camry

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Question From Ogimaa on Water Pump Leaking - 99 Toyota Camry

(This car previously overheated from having the wrong oil filter installed and it popped off and drained all the oil. We had it serviced in another garage and it was driving fine after that.)

99 Toyota Camry, 300k+ Miles

I started to notice the coolant reservoir kept going low, about once a week for the last few months. Being in a warm climate, I added distilled water to continually top it off. The car then overheated and I found air burst through the top radiator hose (near the hose clamp). I replaced the top hose with a 2000 hose on accident but they are exactly alike in size and shape so I used it. The car then ran like normal for about 4 days.

Now we overheated the car again and I discovered that water drains, at a steady pace, from an area around the water pump. I can see it bubbling from deep behind the area where the thermostat should be replaced. The water inside the overflow reservoir and radiator cap also bubbles when the car is running.

If I replace the water pump and timing belt, could that fix the problem or could there be an underlying problem that could cause the new water pump to fail?

I'd hate to do all the youtube research to do this and mess up a new water pump.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Just to let you know something, but when an oil filter pops off the lubrication system has no pressure. That means that nothing is getting lubricated inside the engine as it is running. It doesn't cause overheating, but causes major damage to rotating and sliding components.

Bubbling in the radiator isn't a good sign. That could be gasses from internal combustion are entering into the coolant system. You should connect up a leak down tester and pressurize each cylinder to see if bubbles appear in the radiator.

The engine was ran with no oil at one time and overheated several times. 300K miles on top of that. My opinion is maybe time to look for another vehicle or possibly a replacement engine if everything else on the vehicle is good. Doesn't make sense to invest all that time and money into the engine to fix leaks and do a possible head gasket replacement to find out the lower end is worn out, it burns oil like no tomorrow, or has cracked cylinder walls.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Agree with DS the car is probably a total value loss now.


Question is WHY didn't you go or tow this right back to the place/shop that caused the oil issue to begin with or had some time passed since that? IDK - oil filters don't just fall off later if a problem with installing one,


T