throttle body problems on 1991 Dodge Ramcharger

flooding out,fills oil pan with gas..runs for 5 min and then floods out gas comes out exhaust......

by in Pleasant Hill, MO on February 09, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on February 11, 2009
This sounds like a leaking fuel injector(s)! If you are finding gas in the oil pan, be careful how much you're running the engine because the fuel is likely washing down the cylinder walls. You can test your fuel pressure drop after the engine is shut off. The pressure should stay within 10psi after the engine is shut down. If the pressure is ok, this could be a temperature sensor making the computer think the engine is very cold, causing it to richen the mixture too much.
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