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Oil Problem on Symjet Scooter

Symjet 50 Oil pours from the oil tank straight into the exhaust? Loads of oil when I took the spark plug out.

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  • bandecoot May 08, 2009

    Hi I'll check that out, many thanks

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Hi,
probably you got a ring broken, seek for a good mechanic to change that before get any worse.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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Wrong gas in the tank


yikes!!
I certainly would not suggest putting break cleaner in any fuel system...
I take it that since the engine is not seized that there was too much oil in the mixture.
you can rinse your fuel system with a small amount of straight gasoline...take out the spark plug and pull it a few times to allow the gas to get into your carb then dump the gas out and pull it a few more times...you can take a little straight gas and pour it into the plug hole to remove any oil build up in your cylinder...then pour it back out...then
Buy and install a new spark plug...mix a small amount of gas/oil at the proper mixture and give it a go...if you dont have serious engine damage, you should be ok..
if it still doesnt start, repeat the procedure

good luck

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You have a unique problem caused by excessive oil and carbon build up. The sparks are from excessive oil burning, as is the smoke, and not being able to shut the engine down or contol it is called pre-ignition. There is so much carbon built up inside the combustion chamber it is acting like a glow plug when it gets red hot.

Beyond that I can't say how or why you are getting the excessive carbon build up, other than from the oil.

Double check the oil level. Maybe somehow the engine is being over filled?
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