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El Nissan Altima es un automóvil de tamaño mediano fabricado por Nissan, y podría decirse que es una continuación de la línea Nissan Bluebird, que comenzó en 1957.

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Why is my intake and throttle body have a ton of oil in them

I had a leak in my coil tubes ( all 4 of them) I removed the coil packs and plugs like an idiot and all the oil went into the compression chambers . I got out what I could .I put them plugs back in and put gasket maker on the missing coil tube o rings I started the car and blew a ton of smoke through my exhaust . It stopped smoking then I drove it afterwords about 5 miles and I noticed leaking then the engine shut off . I took the plugs out again and the compression chambers were full again . I put a code reader on it it said my crankshaft pos was out and my camshaft. Pos was out . At this point the car starts after a while of cranking and pumping the gas but runs rough till it stalls out . If I change the pos sensors will this fix my problem with the oil . Ps . It doesn't smoke while running rough just spits and sputters

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if the oil is fouling the top of the plug wells where it connects to the coils and the bottoms are dry other than any oil you’ve got in there by accident then I would take the top off and replace the full gasket.

If the top of the plugs are dry but the tips are wet and the cylinder chambers are fouled with oil then it will either be piston rings or valve seals gone.

Fixing the camshaft sensor may sort the issues out with the engine shutting off but obviously not the oil, if oil is getting into the cylinder chambers then take the car to a garage and get them to perform a leak down test to check the compression and if there’s any issues there that is causing the oil to get in as that will be the most expensive repair if needed, I would also get the timing checked at the same time if the sensor was out just to be safe especially if the mileage is creeping around the 100k and is a chain. If a lot of oil is getting into the chambers then it will probably be this stalling the car rather than the sensor because you wont be able to get a good enough spark. hope this helps.

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