gosh could be piston rings
Depends on where it is coming from. If it seems outside of the vehicle, it could be a hub bearing.
Coming from the drive wheels? Could be worn CV joints
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.
Is it really white and not light gray? What does it smell like? Gray is burning oil. White could be condensation in the mufflers. also it could be a broken piston or worn piston rings
Where is the oil tank? Do you mean gas in the engine oil? Bad fuel injector or bad computer causing injector to stay open and let gas leak into engine after shut down. Should be missing and rough idle also. Clicking could be oil is thinned out by gasoline.?
the inlet manifold could Be leaking so check the gaskets or the injector seals
engine is burning oil could be valve seals or piston rings
It could be a starter problem....can you tell where the click is coming from? is it the started clicking, or a relay clicking?
Could be an injector spraying at below the pressure that it should. Or a head gasket. Check your radiator for milky fluid, if not you can determine the bad injector by loosening the nut at the injector line/injector until the sound of the engine changes. The one that does the least change to sound/rpms is the bad one. You can have it tested at your local dealership.
Possible a failing U-joint.
Could be several things depending on how hard of a knock it is. Rod bearing, stuck piston ring, cracked piston, low oil and lifters chattering, fuel injector stuck. Any knock is usually serious and almost always expensive to fix.
If the problem followed the fuel injector then it is a bad injector. If the problem stayed at the same hole with a different injector then it could be bad wiring.
I suggest that you take your car to the dealer and they can help you there and tell you if there is somthing wrong with it or not.
the harness could be bad on that injector chech to see if its firing and if it is then the injector is bad
Diesels don't use "GAS"!!!!
Where are you finding the fuel coming from? Could be a bad O ring on the #8 fuel injector.
If it is just one injector, it is a bad injector or a problem in the wiring harness or connector for that injector. If it is all of the injectors, it could be a fuse, the entire injector harness, a broken loose or unplugged connector on the injector harness, or the fuel pump or fuel pressure regulator.
could very well be the injector. could also be the distributer or the plug lead
It could be several things. that coil pack could be going bad, although that is unlikely. It could be a plugged injector, or it could be a bad piston ring, or valves ( In other words engine issues)
Most likely, since the code is specific to bank 2 (which are the opposite pistons to where the number 1 piston is), it might be an injector that's staying open to long, but it could be as simple as a spark plug or wires in bad shape.
Yes the pump feeds them or you could just unplug injector(s)
The condition may possibly be piston slap.
Probably that you're burning oil. This could be for several reasons, the most likely being that your piston rings are faulty/worn.