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Old 09-10-2013, 12:01 PM   #1
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something mak'in oil levels rise

i have a '93 cougar w/ a 5.0 liter. mustang motor from the factory.muti port.
2 months ago oil levels raised by 1 qt. , i drained that.
now a wk later its raised by 1/2 qt.
i checked to see it was water in the oil, but its not milky
i checked for a gas smell but it has no gas smell.
it runs good w/ no snags. no lag like its flooding
someone told me it maybe a stuck injector flooding the motor w/ gas.
shouldnt i smell fuel out the pipes or fuel smoke.
not sure if the car has 2 fuel pumps. i know its 1 on the tank. but if it has 1 on the front side of the motor. if so that maybe the problem, ive had a lot of them to leak in the block. on ford over the years.
thanks for any help
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Old 09-15-2013, 02:06 PM   #2
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Re: something mak'in oil levels rise

it was the fuel regulator , that was flooding the fuel system and pumping into the blocks oil
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