Re: Gas mixed the engine oil and ruined the engine.
The only way I can think of that raw gasoline could get into the oil is at the thottle body. So, the fuel injector or fuel line in the throttle body would be the first place to look if you're sure that it's gas in the oil and not another fluid.
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wow ,6 posts, and even mixes 2 engines. all anon.
my guess. this is a 3 cylinder and is the Suzuki G10 , enigne
and has Throttle body injection.
what does "fluids out" mean?
leaks fuel someway, ? what fluid, name it. gas, oil, water,?
The floater gauge is sticking. This is part of the fuel sending unit which has your fuel pump connected to it. Try using a fuel additive like seafoam or chevron techron to see if it frees it up, if not the unit will need to be replaced.
Sounds like it is getting plenty of gas. First off check to see if the fuel regulator is bad either with a pressure gauge or pull the vacume line off and see if gas is seeping out, if it is theres your problem. Replace it. Pull out the plugs and let it set overnight and evaporate the gas in the cylinders. In that time get the battery to full charge. Put new plugs in it and it should start. Do not drive the car with all of that gas in the oil. It will wash the bearings and ruin the engine. CHANGE THE OIL AND FILTER. This is just a start and most common problem with these
try this first. the older the car; the more problems the ethanol gas is causing. replace the fuel filter. you'll probably see what you think is dirty gas; it is; in a way. it's the ethanol goop that stays and ruins engines, and fuel systems. install the new filter. add a whole can of SEAFOAM to at least a half tank of premium gas. replace fuel filter before next 500 miles.add can of SEAFOAM every 3000 miles after that, and that will clean the valves, the goop, the carbon and keep your tank and lines free of moisture, It might take afew miles(depending on the clogging), but it should work. I hate ethanol gas.
The compressor's oil is mixed with and circulates with the refrigerant. R134a refrigerant can be purchased with or without oil mixed into it. There are also separate oil 'chargers' that inject oil without the refrigerant.
ALLDATA.COM IS A GOOD SOURCE OF INFO FOR THE DIY, YOU WILL NEED A GOOD COIL SPRING COMPRESSOR, BE VERY CAREFUL, IF THE SPRING LETS LOOSE BECAUSE YOU USED THE SPRING COMPRESSOR INCORRECTLY IT CAN REALLY RUIN YOUR DAY AND SEND YOU TO THE HOSPITAL.