I have a 1992 honda accord and i cant seem too find the plugs. I folowed the wires from the distrubutor cap to the top of the engine i removed the plug and there was oil all over it? is this a casing for the plugs????
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The spark plugs, if getting wet from the engine oil dripping off of the valve cover gasket, is not good.
The boots of the spark plug wires will prevent the contacts from getting oily, but not for long. I would have the valve cover gasket replaced to prevent this from happening. It's not good to get the spark plugs and wires wet with engine oil.
i've found on hondas when the there is a no start problem when the engine spins over fine. when the plugs wear out the cylinders get washed down with gas and it sounds like it has no compression. if this is what its doing put a little bit of oil in each cylinder not too much though then put new plugs iin it, however if there is no spark at the plugs it's probably the distrubutor
did you replace the the plug wires right i would double chect them and make sure and check the disribotor. and try runing some fuel injector clener through it. after you check all that can you start it with starting fluid