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Why would gas come out of the oil dipstick?

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2005-10-20 20:21:55
2005-10-20 20:21:55

You have a leaking injector that is washing its way past the rings. I am assuming that you mean, "why does the oil smell like gas?" In addition to the above answer, if you have a mis-fire or rough running condition that fuel isn't being burned efficiently as well as a recent no-start condition. NO GAS IS SHOOTING OUT OF THE DIPSTICK!!!

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