In most cases I have to ask if your engine has a mechanical fuel pump. If it does then more than likely the diaphragm of the fuel pump has failed and is letting the fuel come in from the point that it is at. If it does not have a mechanical then you have a real serious problem with the fuel delivery system in the engine.
Here's a real quick funny story. I just drained about six quarts of gas, yes gas, from the crankcase of my Suzuki Intruder motorcycle. It ran with the gas in the crankcase (Thank god it didn't explode). But I left the bike sitting with the fuel shut off in the on position. What this did is it allowed fuel fuel to feed into the carbs by gravity. This is not normally a problem unless your floats in your carbs get stuck and allow the fuel to continuously fill the bowls and then overflow into the throat of the carb which overflows into the cylinder which flows past the rings on the piston into the crankcase. Sounds kinda long but it's really pretty basic. All I gotta do is tap the carbs to loosen up the floats so they can rise when the gas enters which in turn will press the needle valve to stop the flow of fuel. But since the bike has been sitting for a while, I might have to pull the carbs and look for some old gas residue build up inside the carbs and clean them up.Sorry if I wrote too much :)
In many cases, raw fuel that is unburned will enter the oil from no start conditions(not fuel related as the cause),mis-fire conditions as well as rich conditions. When there is excessive fuel in the cylinders and it is not burning it will make it's way past the rings and into the oil. In extreme cases, some excess fuel can get pumped out the exhaust valves and make it's way into the converter, causing it to fail.
Haha, no start conditions... it's -40 C and your car is frozen and you forgot to plug 'er in and she won't start... then you crank it, and crank it, and crank it. Then any oil change you do that day ... smells like gas for some reason, lol.
The world would be dark, hungry, dirty and desperate without oil and gas
As long as the gas can was clean, then that would be ok.As long as the gas can was clean, then that would be ok.
Gas is cleaner plus you don't have to have an oil tank with gas. On the other hand you would have less of a chance of an explosion with oil. So over all I would go with a heat pump.
50 parts gas to 1 part oil. So the amount of oil would be 1/50th the amount of gas.
What would the gas oil mixture be for 1974mercury 7.5 HP outboardmotor?
California has a lot of oil and gas, but the easiest way to get a job related to gas and oil would be working at a gas station. The money should be more interesting if you get a job with the companies who the oil comes from.
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it leaks oil.
yes but it would have to be purified before using it.
um no oil is an oil and gas is well of course a gas therfore gas powers things and oil well........ no
to get both gas and water in oil, u most likely have a craked head crack will be right there at one of the valves
An oil tanker would be carrying crude oil, not refined product. So the answer would be zero.