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Diesel mixed with engine oil increasing level of engine oil

The engine oil level is increasing, But fuel pump changed, out side nozzle oring changed

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Usually if outside o rings fail the its often soon after the inside rings and seals go to. injector pump overhaul the solution. You could just remove the pump and replace the front seal but it would only be a short term fix as the bushings in pump are likly worn

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