Click on the link to your right for the answer. Because of a gas leak?????? Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s); Leaking or faulty fuel pump; Leaking fuel lines; Punctured or damaged fuel tank.
The most common problem, when a 1990 Geo tracker floods out with gas, is a bad fuel injector. The injector might be leaking or injecting a steady stream of fuel
Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s).
Engine hard to start, rough idle, fouled plugs, fuel in oil, poor gas mileage
It's very likely you have a leaking fuel injector, these seem to go bad a lot on older Jeeps. Sometimes it's just the o-ring in the injector, othertimes the whole injector.
Check under the hood for an obvious fuel leak. You might an injector leaking.
no i dont think you can use diesel fuel injector cleaner in gas engines
Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s); Punctured or damaged fuel tank.
Fuel injector cleaner is a liquid which one puts in their gas tank to clean the engine and improve fuel performance. Fuel injector cleaner can be purchased at Canadian Tire, Walmart, and at many gas stations.
It runs down past the piston rings. It may be a misfire or leaking injector.It runs down past the piston rings. It may be a misfire or leaking injector.
Diesel fuel injector cleaner will not hurt your unleaded gas motor. The diesel fuel injector cleaner is basically the same as your unleaded injector cleaner.
Yes. A sticking fuel injector can allow far too much fuel into a cylinder.
the fuel is pumped from the gas tank into the "fuel rail" and the gas stays there until you start turning over the engine to start it. the fuel injectors take the fuel from the "fuel rail" and spray it into the cylinder which then gets ignited by the spark from the spark plug. so if the injector is leaking or not functioning the fuel will just flood into the engine if leaking, or not go into the engine at at all if its not working. the reason they went from carburetors to fuel injection is so less gas is wasted because the injectors only spray a precise amount of fuel.
Possible causes of fuel in crankcase are: Leaking injector at shutdown, flooding of the engine due to hard starting, defective fuel pressure regulator. A fuel pressure check for drop of fuel pressure at shut down will verify if an injector is leaking. Get this fixed ASAP, and stop driving the car until you do. Fuel in the crankcase will cause severe engine wear and destroy this engine. Change the oil and filter if you have to drive it anywhere for repair.
Bad fuel injector, or debris stuck in the injector not allowing it to close.
This means the engine is running extremely rich. This can be causes by a leaking fuel pressure regulator or a stuck open injector.- TechJK ------------
If it runs fairly normal once it starts and you're getting fuel into the crankcase, it's PROBABLY a leaking injector. After the engine is shut off there is still pressure in the fuel line. If the injector leaks, fuel will drip down into the intake manifold. If a cylinder has an open intake valve, the fuel will leak into there and find it's way into the crankcase.
Gas pouring out of the throttle body would probably be caused by a leaking injector seal.
leaking line or fuel tank
you could add gas treatment liquid to your gas tank or you could buy the fuel injector cleaner tool and run the system with fuel injector cleaner which is alot faster. other then tht you could take each fuel injector out and spray carb clener through the fuel injector until you see nice spread out spray coming out.
The injector is probably clogged, or there isn't enough pressure from the fuel pump in the first place.
Yes, all 2000 Toyotas have fuel injectors. Backwards from the point of explosion: The fuel injector sprays the gas into the cylinder where it is ignited. The fuel rail delivers the gas to the fuel injector. The fuel pump moves gas from the tank into the fuel line, and to the fuel rail on the engine. Per the fuelinjectorwhse.com lookup system, there is only one for all models. Year: 2000Make: TOYOTAModel: COROLLAEngine: 1.8L - L4Fuel Injector Part Number: 1432903Fuel Type: GASPart Prefix: FI URL for associated part lookup: http://www.fuelinjectorwhse.com/carinjectors.php?make=TOYOTA&model=COROLLA&mn=833
Look and see where it is leaking from.
I drove my 97 Chevy cavalier for a while knowing that I had a leaking injector. One morning she wouldn't start. so I did what I thought would be most logical. changed the fuel filter and the leaking injector but she still wouldn't start; I cranked it so many times, I killed the battery. While the battery is being charged I checked my oil and found it full with gas. After some research it became necessary to change the fuel pressure regulator even after that, the car was so flooded I had to take the plugs out and crank it few times to get the fuel out, unfortunately for me it still did not start, so I gave up and sent it to a mechanic; there was so much fuel around the exhaust the mechanic had to remove the exhaust pipes wash them of and put them back to get her started. I changed the oil twice immediately after. So I would say that gas in oil is definitely caused by a leaking injector or fuel pressure regulator. Could there be other reasons? most likely yes but these are worth considering.