What are the Common Causes of Oil Smell from your Car

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It is doesn’t feel good to drive a car with an awkward oil smell. The smell of oil in your car can originate because of issues in the fuel injectors and the piston rings. You should change the engine oil in the interval recommended by the manufacturer. See the mentioned slideshow to know the common causes of oil smell from your car.

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What are the Common Causes of Oil Smell from your Car

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Among the two types of fluid used in your car, the gas can is the fuel which can be pumped into the fuel tank.

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In other hands, the oil can be used for keeping all the internal components of the car cooled down and run smoothly.

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When these two fluids are mixed together, these two separate fluids will serve for two different purposes.

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But when these two fluids are mixed together accidentally, you will notice the oil smelling like gas.

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The following points define the basic causes which are responsible for the oil smell in your car.

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Fastened Fuel Injector

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The fuel injectors of the car is supposed to close on their own without having any delay.

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If the fuel injector ends up getting stuck in the open position, then it will cause fuel leakage and mix oil of the engine.

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If the gas of your car ends up in the intake manifold, then sometimes the carburetor has an issue.

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Piston Ring Issues

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The cylinder walls of the engine are generally dependent on the piston rings to act as seals between the oil and gasoline.

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When the seal is damaged or worn out, a little bit of gas could possibly end up in your car oil.

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This much of oil leakage is not enough for engine damage, but the cabin will produce a gasoline-like smell.

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Fewer Oil Changes

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The average manufacturer recommended you to perform the oil change on every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.

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If you don’t perform the oil change on time, then you unable to get rid of the gas present in the oil.

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So, you need to perform the frequent oil change of your car to ensure that the oil is gas-free.

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Add Gas Instead Of Oil

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Many people will make a small mistake means they will usually add gas and oil to your car using their own canisters.

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if you are using the canister for filling your gas tank up with gas, then clean it carefully to supply into the engine.

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If you trace gas in the canister, then it could mix with the oil and cause gas and oil mixture in next oil change.

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Conclusion

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If you will notice the gas odor fills up the air of your cabin, then a small amount of gas leaks into the oil.

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Don't let this problem persist without doing something about it. The engine will be damaged, when much gas mixes with the oil.

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