Just when I thought this guy was a total tard ... I read this pages later
"I used brake clean. I figured if it had brake fluid in it I should use that to get it out. I drained the oil, sprayed about 4 cans through it while turning the motor over at the crank bolt then drained it out and put more oil and about 2.5 quarts of lucas in it to thicken it up.
I did not change the filter because I thought it was new enough. Should I go back and change the filter? Do you think that is my problem?"
This is proof that natural selection is needed in the human population not just the in the animal kingdom.
I here you Pablo, but then I go over and talk to the service center manager next door who tells me that he has 2-3 diesel trucks/week (privately owned NOT company trucks) show up with gasoline in their tanks. "It shore runs ruff!"
May have some reel problems now. I just went outside to mess with the car, to see if I could figure out what is going on. I check the oil and it smells funny. I went and pulled the containers out of the trash and found that I put two quarts of brake fluid in with the castrol. So now I have oil additive, Castrol and brake fluid in my engine. I will try and drain it out now and put good oil in it and see if it fixes the problem.
"Reel problems"??? Hope he doesn't go fishing any time soon. I sure would love to see a UOA on a soup of oil and BF. . .