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Old 16 May 2004, 11:18 pm
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Default Integra LS 98 - Oil Soaked On Spark Plug in Cylinder # 2

Hey Good Morning All,

I changed my spark plugs myself yesterday for the 1st time. All the
spark plugs except one looked great. The spark plug in cylinder # 2
(second cylinder closest to driver side) was soaked in oil. The car
started fine and idles fine. I had noticed a drop in performance but
after the spark plug change it seemed back to normal.

What could that spark plug mean or be telling me? The car starts fine
and runs with no hesitation. It appears the spark plug is still
detonating properly and is in working order. Like I said the other
spark plugs looked perfectly fine, except that one soaked in oil.

I've heard it could be anything from a gasket to an O ring (what is
that anyways?) by reading the news group. I hope someone could provide
some more detailed information on what it could be or what is causing
and the level of severity in getting this fixed. Is this a Do It
YourSelf Job and if it is how long would it take ? I appreciate any
help anyone could provide on this. Thanks !
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