Topic: Re: 801 workmaster diesel- fuel in oil- help !!
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thanks guys, - ok- her"s where i"m at, it set with the pan off from yesterday about 500 pm until a few minutes ago, i checked several times today and just got back, no fuel leaking down anywhere, all i found was residual oil drops, couldn"t detect any fuel whatsoever, so, now i"m thinking maybe one injector not atomizing good, getting a bad burn, and then leaking into the cly, after it"s shut off- what you think ?? lan on leaving the pan off another day or so , just to be sure.
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