I've had several post in the past about the fuel in my oil, and I do appreciate everyones response. The last post was fuel was
pouring out of the seal around the crank behind the large pulley. Change the oil today, new filters etc. I own a oil analysis
business and pulled one before I changed it. This is what I am up against. NO FUEL DILUTION!!!!!. Problem solved!!!.....But
fuel is still coming out in a steady stream around the crank seal. This doesn't make any sense. WHERE IS IT COMMING
FROM? The engine is clean and dry above the crank, below is another story.
Can you post an end view photos of the engine plus a close up or 2 photos of the leaks while it is running?
If you can get a talcum powder puff to dust the end view area…it can show the wetness on the cleaned surface (the areas that has been washed & dried before the leaks). Trace it to the highest point of the wetness.
Keep us posted of the finding, if you will.
Sojourn for Christ, Gerald