its called the oil resivwa
You probably have to mix it in with the gas.
putting oil in a car...or other liquids in things that are hard to free hand pour into
Tractors make funny noises if you pour grandpa's special juice in it
Pour 5W30 motor oil on it, and then cover it in sawdust, leave it overnight, then blowdry it. Finally, vacuum it up and dry with a papertowel. Voila!
pour it into the overflow tank
too much water added the overflow is designed to let out water.onece the radiator reaches the required pressure,the excess water is exhausted thru the overflow
If he glass was full and you put ice cubes in it would overflow strait away.
Carburetor float is stuck open.
fuel pump is the first place i would look
I'm assuming you mean an overflow filtration system? If so, then just take a cup and pour water into the filter housing until it starts to overflow. It might take a couple of cup fulls before it starts working.
A leak. You need to see where it is coming from.
the water will over fill
Through the overflow tank. Open the bleeder valve on the thermostat housing, turn heat to high, and pour coolant in the overflow tank until it comes out the bleeder valve.
The water will overflow the grass and run onto the surface on which the glass is standing.
Hello, I have a 97 Sunfire GT and had the same problem. The cap on the overflow bottle is pressurized and mine lost it's pressure. Once I replaced that I didn't have the problem anymore. ! You could also have a hole or crack in the overflow container
yep, it's the needle and seat. It's the part inside the carburetor that shuts off fuel flow when the carburetor bowl is full. The needle and seat makes up the shutoff valve that closes the fuel supply when the float rises in the fuel bowl. If it doesn't shut off, fuel floods out into the overflow which typically dumps into the air filter.