Took heads off to replace valve stem seals, installed heads getting to much fuel on 1992 Toyota Camry

After putting heads back on l'm getting too much fuel to engine

by in Durham, NC on December 21, 2013
2 answers 7 comments
ANSWER by on December 21, 2013
Anything left not connected, temp sensor, fuel pressure regulator?
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COMMENT by on December 22, 2013
Replaced temp sensor because it was busted. What is purpose of washer on temp sensor and is it necessary? As I dropped it somewhere on engine? Firing order is correct.
COMMENT by on December 22, 2013
It's a sealing washer. Double check the engine grounds, air intake hose, pinched injector wires.
COMMENT by on December 22, 2013
The oil smells like gas and thin. How does gas get in oil? I finally found the cause of gas in my oil, the fuel return line was obstructed, blew line out with air compressor. So much gas in engine that its coming out tailpipe.
ANSWER by on December 21, 2013
Cam timing is very good answer. Can cause plugs to get wet due to not firing in correct order. Compression check after that won't hurt.
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COMMENT by on December 21, 2013
? Not firing in correct order ?
COMMENT by on December 21, 2013
If you have better explanation or helpful suggestions...please add. Help is what people are here to seek. Thanks :)
COMMENT by on December 22, 2013
Wow thanks for that, you're so observant. Just so happens that the cam timing part was already taken care of in a previous post, and was just wondering where you were going with not firing in correct order. But that's OK, sorry to bother the wrong nerve.
COMMENT by on December 22, 2013
Car is firing and in correct order.