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Old 01-27-2008, 09:28   #1 (permalink)
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'94 f150 w/oil in the intake manifold

Hi, i have read more than a 1,000 posts and haven't found any that relate to my problemo. 6 cyl, has oil in the intake. cat overheated (red hot) and had no power, barely got it home . pulled the plugs and everyone was fouled so bad I couldn't even see the electrodes.cleaned them up and put back in and the same problem again. a buddy said that the cat was probably stopped up and forceing exhaust past the rings into the crankcase and pressureizing it forceing oil into the intake. sound plausible?
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Old 02-01-2008, 08:33   #2 (permalink)
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I cant help you, but i had a friend with the SAME problem on this 1986 Mazda RX7, he said ALL the same problems, and i dont know what he did to fix it, because it just ending up selling it, for like $100. So i wish the best of luck to you.

Also another note, i had a 1989 Mustang with a 5.0 in it, and i had sorta the same problem, i had oil in my TB and intake, but none of the other problems.

Like i said not a help, but you know.
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Thanks for you interest in helping. I think I'll start by changeing the cat. cheapest way to start
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Re: '94 f150 w/oil in the intake manifold

Replace the cat for sure and get new plugs in there. If the plugs were 'fouled' as you mentioned they're no good, even if you cleaned them up I wouldn't trust re-installing them in my own engine. For $10 or so get yourself new plugs!
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