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I have a transit 2.3 petrol and i need to know if the sump is all part off the timing

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Once engine has started smoke coming out

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Without knowing vehicle make or model it is hard to suggest anything further.

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Why does my 1997 transit 2ltre petrol engine idle to fast

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Remove sump

sump what sump.
are you asking an engine question?
what is wrong?, tell the story, or at least a tiny hint so we can get on the same page..
my wild guess is the engine oil pan (sump) and not tranny or other
sump like objects. or other many fluid containers all very sump like.
but the answer is in the FSM, buy one, and read how to remove anything on the car.
here state side we have and dont need books until
we break 10 parts and then read the authortive manual.

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I am gettin petrol into my sump. I have checked the injrctors and they appear to be fine where else can the petrol get into the sump?

It's possible that it could be draining past the rings, especially if your engine is high mileage. A compression test would tell you for sure. Hope this helps.

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2 Check the forward bands and pump on forward drive if bands are burnt or worn then the oil and filter will be dark red or brown and that means trouble.
Let me know how you go Ron

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