RAW FUEL IN MY OIL PAN
I have a 1988 Honda Accord, 2.0 liter engine, approx 85k on this engine. Aquired car with a seized engine - got a used engine from a local junkyard - replaced several parts while engine was out, i.e clutch, pressure plate, release bearing, timing belt, drive belts, hoses, necessary gaskets. I used the intake, carb, and exhaust manifold from the seized engine because they were in better shape and the used engine did not have a carb. My first problem was a cracked stator magnet in the distributor causing very weak spark. Got car started, noticed fuel coming out aroung needle valve on top of carb - o-rings bad - also noticed fuel in oil. Rebuilt carb - still getting raw fuel in oil pan. Have been over and over vacuum hose routing, etc. Can't seem to find the cause - Please help!
You sure its a Carb or it looks like it-if its a carb check the float adjustment. The only way for fuel to the crankcase is thru the Carb, also check the fuel pump pressure.
February 19, 2007.
February 19, 2007.
Have checked that also - there is a sight glass on the side of the carb that enables you to observe the float level under various conditions - all in spec - have not checked fuel pump pressure, will do - i will let you know the outcome
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