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This means that the injectors are letting ltoo much fuel in or are leaking after you turn the car off. The petrol is running into the cylinders and past the piston into the oil. This is a very bad thing. It removes the lubrication on the cylinder walls. It dilutes the oil and reduces the lubrication properties. IT can lead to engine failure pretty fast.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the usual K-series engine head gasket failure. Needs a new multi layered steel head gasket, steel dowels, engine oil needs flushing and replacing, cooling system needs flushing and new coolant, head needs pressure testing, new through bolts holding engine together needed. Cooling system must be free of airlocks, otherwise it could all happen again.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: megan coupe petrol 2001. the
Could be a whole gambit of problems
1) Check the HT system is good, contacts clean, good spark on the plugs.
2) Check the water temperature sensor.
3) Check the air filter isn't clogged.
Finally, here's a pretty good Renault forum, the solution could be here:-
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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