Don't be behind the eight ball, check your engine's oil level frequently!

Don’t be behind the eight ball, check your engine’s oil level frequently! That’s what I always do and it has served me and my jeep well all these years.

 

[1] Make a thorough inspection for leaks. Check all oil lines, and tighten connections or replace as necessary (par 204).
[2] Poor driving practices may be responsible and should be corrected. Speeding the engine will result in excessive oil consumption.
[3] Worn pistons or broken piston rings area common cause. Make the compression test (par 9).
[4] Overheating may be a cause (par 89).
[5] Clogged crankcase ventilator may be a cause (par 207).
[6] Loose connecting rod or main bearings may be a cause.

 

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Automotive Trouble Shooting For WW2 Wheeled Vehicles: Volume 1

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