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This is usually due to a defective fuel injector. If the injector stays open, once the vehicle is shut off, all the remaining pressure in the fuel system will drain fuel through the injector, fill the cylinder, and overflow through the exhaust valve into the exhaust lines. The downside is that this injector could also be causing fuel to get into the engine oil by leaking around the piston rings. This will greatly reduce the oil's ability to lubricate and increase engine wear immensely. This issue needs repaired ASAP. Have the injectors checked, and any defective ones replaced. Have the oil and oil filter changed as a precaution as well.
Posted on Dec 04, 2016
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