Ouch. :Evil: And I thought my son's 85 continental got bad gas mileage.
Has there been any work done recently? How and when did this start?
There is no way under norrmal engine operation for that much gas to geet into the crankcase. A leaking injector, a leaking pressure regulator, and the line from the EVAP canister all would feed fuel thru the intake and into the combustion process.
You would have to hook up the fuel line to the fresh air intake of the PCV system. Check the routing of all fuel lines, vacuum lines, and vapor lines.
A steady flow of gas from a bad pressure regulator, carbon cannister, or bad fuel injector would still have to pass thru the combustion chamber. That would cause flooding, fouled plugs, and a heap of smoke. Yes, I know I am repeating myself.
Good luck and let us know. :)
Monday, April 3rd, 2006 AT 12:04 AM