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How do I keep getting gas mixed in with my oil?

I have 1992 chevy blazer. I keep getting gasoline mixed in with my oil, what causes this? I have changed oil, cleaned spark plugs then after I try to start it a couple of times there is gas in my oil.

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Does the blazer run ok? how much gas is in the oil? You will get a certain amount of gas in oil thats normal. If your getting like a half a quart thats not normal. If your getting a lot in the oil its got to be flooding and fouling plugs. Need the whole story in order to help. Just taking a gess hear its the injection system, there was alot trouble with them thru the years like your blazer.

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