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Old 08-07-2020, 06:10 AM
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I just purchased a 2006 DCB F29 with twin 625ís and I really like the Ilmor engines. I am trying to get all the maintainence items up to date. I donít have a manual and I am not sure how to best get all the fluid out. Iím not sure how many people still look at this thread. Itís a shame they are not making the 10ís anymore. Thanks
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There is likely a plug on the block, somewhere down above the oil pan, and probably one on each side.
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Probably not a ton of help in changing the coolant, but hereís a manual you may find helpful.
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/89...mor-Mv-10.html
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Thanks for replies. The manual does say how to properly fill but doesn’t really say how to drain engine. Like sydwayx said there has to be block drains. I think probably mine have never been done.
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Which F29 did you buy?
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This one and I love it. Best handling cat I have owned.
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This one and I love it. Best handling cat I have owned.
very nice. Yeah, I donít think Iíve ever heard anything bad about an F29.
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