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Changed spark plugs and wont start now

I did a minor tune up and saw oil in the spark plugs area.it seems to want to turn over but doesnt

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Check the plug wires make sure tere are lined up propely then double check the spark by removing the #1 plug and see if it sparks when some one ealse trys to start it word of advice don't be hoding plug wire when they start it

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