Question about 1995 Ford F350
I do not know how this is happening. i am mechanically inclined and cannot understand how this can be happening! i first drained out the excess oil as i thought the fellow that changed the oil last had overfilled it. after driving it again it filled up again.
there was no miss in the engine,it had balck smoke under load, it was pinging as if low octane fuel. now it will not start and i think the rear seal might have blown out as it is way overfull now. how can fuel get into the engine bock in that sort of volume.
water level is fine in the radiator. no bubbles, oil does not look like peanut butter.
You did not say what the year model of the engine is. but if the fuel pump is located on the block, the the fuel pump is bad and pumping fuel into the crank case...
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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