Question about 2002 Ford E250
First things first...The fuel is in the oil because the fuel is not being burnt in those cylinders and fuel washing the rings allowing it to bypass the oil and compression rings. You really need to check the compression on all the cylinders first. If your not sure how to so this with fuel washed cylinders just e-mail me and i will go into detail on this crucial step..good luck, Kennethrosenburg@yahoo.com
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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