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Old 07-31-2018, 02:59 AM
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A couple clues from the posts that I have seen before.......

1... 2 gallon extra fluid in motor is a BIG problem..
1A.. 2 gallon extra fluid NOT turning into an antifreeze milk shake.

2... Fluid not separating.
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Could it be fuel getting into the crank case.??? You should be able to smell it if either gas or diesel.

Do a complete oil change, with new oil and filter.

Take a teaspoon of the old oil, and a teaspoon of the drained off fluid OUTSIDE and try to light it a fire. Fuel in oil should light right up.

Sample should be NO BIGGER than a teaspoon. You won't like the results of a bigger sample catching fire.

If this is the case, it may be mechanical fuel pump leaking into block. Or electric fuel pump overpowering throttle, fuel injection system somehow.

My 5 cents of opinion and knowledge.....
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