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gas in oil 2.2
Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:17 AM
OK so ben and i finally got the 2.2 swaps complete . he got rearended so his is dead and mine is pouring gas into the oil
somethings i thought it might be ,I just thought i would run it past ya all
first the fuel pump is hard wired to come on with the key
the largest hose that goes from the throttle body back to the intake hose is plugged up, because if it open i have a huge vacum leak
so let me know if any of yall have had this problem
and yes i did a search and ihave to say that thing is very poor try searching for gas in oil it says its to common of a term so i
tried re wording and wording it and wording it and wording it all that got me is a broken monitor:mad:
thanks in advance
Posted 20 August 2009 - 07:15 AM
*gas or gas* might actually show some results.
not sure about:
*gas in *oil
or similar combinations but give it a whirl.
how do you know there is gas in the oil?
Posted 20 August 2009 - 07:20 AM
But gas in oil is typically one of 3 things.
Bad fuel pressure regulator
Injector is bad and/or leaking down
Fuel return line is plugged.
Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:04 PM
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