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Have anyone experienced - diesel fuel mixing with oil causing the oil level to rise? Aisde from rising oil level, engine emits black smoke. My mechanic initially guessed that it is from the busted oil seal of the high pressure fuel pump but after replacing the oil seal, problem still persists. Any input or recommendation/s is welcome.
 

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Have anyone experienced - diesel fuel mixing with oil causing the oil level to rise? Aisde from rising oil level, engine emits black smoke. My mechanic initially guessed that it is from the busted oil seal of the high pressure fuel pump but after replacing the oil seal, problem still persists. Any input or recommendation/s is welcome.
This has been talked about a lot. Do a seach.


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