How to Unseize an Engine and Get It Back Up

Usually caused by a lack of lubrication, mechanical failure causes an engine to seize.

Usually caused by a lack of lubrication, mechanical failure causes an engine to seize.

To fix this issue, all extras must be unplugged so less force is needed to start the engine.

To fix this issue, all extras must be unplugged so less force is needed to start the engine.

Next, a neutral pressure distribution is preferred. Use a socket to take out the spark plugs

Next, a neutral pressure distribution is preferred. Use a socket to take out the spark plugs

Step three, the valve covers are removed by loosening the holding bolts on each cylinder head 

Step three, the valve covers are removed by loosening the holding bolts on each cylinder head 

Then turn the crankshaft but first find the front of the engine block and examine it

Then turn the crankshaft but first find the front of the engine block and examine it

Lastly any exposed seals or seals must be repaired before the engine can be reassembled.

Lastly any exposed seals or seals must be repaired before the engine can be reassembled.