After driving less than a quarter of a mile from the oil change garage black smoke began to come from the car as the car began to shake violently. Pulled to the side of the road and the garage mechanic drove out and confessed to overfilling the engine with oil. They drained all the oil out then put the "proper" amount back. The next day the engine light began to blink as the car again shook violently until it cut off on its own. This happened for the next three days. The area manager for the oil change garage stated that the codes were purely an electronic issue and what I was experiencing had nothing to do with them overfilling it with oil. He also said there was no way oil could cause the fuel injector to malfunction. Since they refused to take responsibility, I took off the upper manifold intake and inspected the fuel injectors and spark plugs. Oil was found in both female and male ends electric connector to the fuel injector that corresponded to the codes. I took pictures and sent to the manager. He still claims no fault. Said my issue is coincidental to their overfilling with oil. Could their error be the cause?
have the same problem?
Thursday, February 16th, 2017 AT 5:33 AM