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Old 10-04-13, 01:20 PM   #11
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Hi , Thanks again for all the response and comments, can't get to engine today but will remove filler cap to release excess - should be enough come out to fill you'r grans car! Like you say "stupid in some - bright in others"

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Hi, Novice requesting advice please! I think I may have put too much oil through filler plug above governor into spiral gears. Will that cause any running problems and if so, can I get it out without too much trouble.

Many thanks for any advice.
I did the same thing on my first D but i was too daft to ask anyone if it was a problem.
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Drained oil off today through engine filler cap. Not quite as daft now, bit more knowledge gained. Thank's Lad's
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Drained oil off today through engine filler cap. Not quite as daft now, bit more knowledge gained. Thank's Lad's

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