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Why would there be gas in oil after changing fuel pressure regulator on a 95 Chevy Beretta 2.2 liter engine also will not turn over after replacing starter?

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2005-09-13 00:01:44
2005-09-13 00:01:44

try removing the spark plugs then crank over>>> be ready for a ton of gas to spit out please ground all spark plug wires solidy ie; no sparks; first!!!!

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