i guess you might have interpreted that incorrectly !I do drive it hard
I'll kick it up a bit
That is not correct with fuel in oil being a byproduct of direct injection. It's more common for Ford direct injection to have a trace or small percentage of fuel in oil, but it's not engineered to dump raw fuel into oil, it's not a normal, desired, or wanted condition. Fuel in oil lowers the oil viscosity and flashpoint. It degrades the oil's capability to do it's job.byproduct of direct injection !
cure is to drive it like it is stolen and burn some of the fuel off !
I would recommend capturing a sample of the oil and sending it to Blackstone or anyone for analysis. If there's enough fuel present to visibly raise the oil level on the dip stick, there may be a problem manifesting itself. An oil change isn't going to remediate a fuel in oil symptom.Check my oil level and it was very high and smells like gas. Dealer did a free oil change
I don't know how much fuel it takes to raise the oil level an inch, but I can only imagine that the dipstick is coming out with very little oil sticking to it....as it's going to be so freaking thin it's just a shiny wet spot.I have seen 2 f150 ecoboost being towed in. There is like 6 waiting for the fix ahead of mine.
Since my oil change 6 days ago the oil level went up over 1 inch. So I have a rental now.
I don't have a take.Joe, if I am understanding the TSB correctly, the fix is to heat the engine oil allowing the unburnt fuel to "flash off" steadily? But when not running (when the block heater is plugged in) there is no evacuation taking place of the crankcase, so I am assuming they intend for some of the vapors to vent through the cleanside tube? Whats your take..