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Too much gas

I'm getting raw gas out of the tail pipe, its running down and dripping off the bell housing. Theres gas in the oil and it sounds like its running on three cylinders. When I crank it over it sounds like its out of time and locks up like the cylinder is just full of gas and its hydrolocking. I think it might be the fuel regulator or a temp sending unit.

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Had this problem on a 4.6 tbird. Hope the cause of your problem was not the same as mine. Computer had gone bad and had caused an injector to stay open. I pulled the plugs, found the wet on, unplugged the injector. Only ran on 7 but no more gas out the exhaust. Took it to a shop and they were the ones to find the cause.

Also, the raw gas in the converter will cause it to go bad. Be careful how much you run the engine with gas in the oil. Dont want to ruin the engine.

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