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Old 04-26-2008
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I think I might have a problem ?

My 99 ranger just hit 82,000 miles last week. I had my oil changed last week and had 5-w30 put in, also adding a can of restore. As I was passing through Wal-Mart I saw a good price on lucas heavy duty oil stabilizer, and figured hell ! What could it hurt ? I had heard lots of good things before. After about 400 miles on the new oil, I added the whole 32oz bottle to my oil.(stupid I know). I've driven it about 60 miles since then with no noticable problems, It actually seems like its running a bit better. I checked the oil a bit ago and it was past the second hash mark about a 1/3 to 1/2 an inch up. Is this a problem ? What should I do to fix it ?

feel free to call me a dumbass all you like !
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