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You didn't mention make & model of vehicle. Whether it runs on gas or diesel.
I'm just going to guess that this is a diesel engine, and diesel fuel is getting into the engine, that is the crank case.
This is a serious problem, you need to take your vehicle to an authorized mechanic as soon as possible. The crank case can get hot enough to create a spontaneous combustion, and destroy the engine, and more. It's a running b0mb. Have it towed!
I've seen an engine explode; it tossed the car over 20' into the air, and when it came down, the car was demolished.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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