i was looking on other sites and one site stated.[U:3860f6a0b1][i:3860f6a0b1]"try the Coke trick. For this you need some cola-type beverage and a spark plug wrench. Simply remove the spark plug(s) and pour Coke into the hole. Wait about twenty minutes, then, with the plugs still removed, try to turn the engine over. You can use the electric starter for this, if there is one. It should turn over very fast and easily, spraying Coke everywhere. Then replace the spark plugs and reattach their caps. You should eventually be able to get the engine to restart. (This method even works with automatic transmissions.)
The reason this works is that Coke contains phosphoric acid, you know, the same stuff that dissolves your tooth enamel. It's enough that it can slightly dissolve and penetrate the seized area where the friction has welded the piston rings to the bore. It also dissolves rust, and attacks oxidation- it's excellent for cleaning alloy wheels and for scouring rusty gas tanks.
If that doesn't work, then you need PlusGas. PlusGas is like WD40 on steroids. Spray an enormous amount of it into the spark plug holes. Leave it there a long time. Really, a long time. Two or three days ought to do it. Then remove the exhaust (because you don't want it full of PlusGas) and rock the vehicle to free the pistons. (If your car is automatic, you can try the starter in short pulses.)
If that doesn't free it, it's time to take the head off and start pounding the stuck piston with a piece of wood.[/I:3860f6a0b1][/u:3860f6a0b1]"
now would these work because I want to try the coke thing and if it will work would I take out 1 spark plug or all of them because my car has a v8?
also what else can I do? Please help me because I love this car and want to learn more about cars but I was stupid to drive with no oil! :( :Shock: :x :evil: : : :
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 5th, 2006 AT 11:42 PM