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I have a 2004 Jeep Liberty, It started with a slight whistling noise for a couple weeks, that would stop if I let off the accelerator. Yesterday it started making a knocking noise. My oil level is fine but it reeks of gasoline in my engine oil....What is wrong?

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    1994 jeep after 800 miles, oil level reaches 10 quarts. consumes lots of gas.



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If there is gasoline in your oil the level should go up. and it would be thinner in viscosity. check and get back to me.

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