Why is there oil in the carburetor on my 2000 hyundai lantra car has no power when accelerating

Asked by Jun 05, 2015 at 12:31 PM

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Could be a couple of things, check the PCV and filter, if it is plugged the blowby goes into the air breather box, the other is a worn out engine, compression gasses going by the rings causing too muck blowby for the PCV to handle. Do a dry then wet compression test, that will tell you if the rings are gone.

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