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Why would gas is come out of your oil dipstick after the fuel injectors were changed on a 1988 Thunderbird?

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2009-08-10 18:45:39
2009-08-10 18:45:39

replace the o rings ,make sure you lube them You have filled the oil pan full of gas DO NOT RUN THE ENGINE

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