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    Roger 36 is offline CHR Member Visit my Photo Gallery
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    gas in oil

     



    I have a 36 ford truck with a flathead (not sure which model, not the original motor). It has quite a bit of gas in the oil. Up about 2" on dipstick. Do you think this is a fuel pump problem?? I don't know where else the gas would come from??
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    Yes- dump that NOW, change your oil, filter,fuel pump.
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    Re: gas in oil

     



    Originally posted by Roger 36
    Do you think this is a fuel pump problem??
    With that much in the oil it's very likely.
    Your Uncle Bob, Senior Geezer Curmudgeon

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