Hi All, I had the manifold gasket replaced two weeks ago. brought the car home
and it seemed a
little sluggish. drove it last sunday on the highway and as i was accelerating
the car hit a flat
spot in the rpm and jumped up a 1000 rpm as i was speeding up to enter the
highway.i let my foot of
the gas and then continued to drive normally.
Later that night night the check engine light comes and a rough idle is
present,Drop it to the
dealer on monday morning. they say fuel is burning to rich from the engine code
and have to keep it
another day as the didnt look at it until next to closing.
Tuesday rolls around..same deal...didnt look at it until before close and keep
it another day.
Wednesday afternoon is here.i give them a call to see whats up with the car...as
i didnt get a call.
service says the Mech hasnt entered any info at 2:45 pm yet...get a call an hour
want to know if i will cover a oil change. i say i just had on two weeks ago
when you did the
manifold. he says there is fuel in the oil but doesnt know why its there and
they will have to keep
the car another day.
My question to you guys is, what are some ways that fuel may get into the oil
and could it have been
cause when they did the manifold repair?
Thanks for the long read and any help will be appreciated.........John