Question about 2005 Honda Odyssey
It sounds like either a defective fuel pressure regulator or leaking fuel injector O-rings-they leak fuel when the engine is shut down and it will fill cylinders with raw fuel when sitting-this causes hard starting and the extra fuel also drains down into the crankcase, washing down the cylinder walls - this tends to carry unburned fuel (coke/soot) into the oil, making it black. Get your fuel pressure checked, and if it is alright, ask to have the O-rings replaced for the fuel injectors.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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