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Fuels gets in the oil pan an i lose about 70 miles per tank of gas

Check engine light is on had codes ran came up with fuel injector an fuel pressure regulator replaced those the gas is just going somewhere

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There is a fuel leak in the fuel line running on top of the engine head. It is somehow getting into the engine oil breather and dripping into the oil sump! This is very dangerous!!! Get it fixed right away...FIRE and EXPLOSION hazard!!!

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SOURCE: 99 subaru legacy outback w/2.5 L boxer engine.

This code is associated with the EVAP system which includes, but not limited to gas cap, fuel lines, carbon canister, purge valves. The EVAP system is supposed to prevent fuel vapors from escaping the fuel system

If you have this code, one of the following may have happened:
Gas cap not installed properly or faulty gas cap
Purge solenoid has failed
Canister is plugged and not working properly

This code can be tricky to resolve, but try some of these:
Remove and reinstall the gas cap and or replace the gas cap and clear the code and see if it comes back
Inspect the the hoses, and tubes for any sign of a hole or cut
Inspect for damage or disconnected hoses around the purge solenoid
Check and or replace the sensor
Check and or replace the purge valve

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That is too wide of a gap between cylinder compression readings. 190 psi is great and 120 is worn but workable. What were all of the numbers and which cylinders?

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