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My new spark plugs are getting wet, and tail pipe has water coming out of it?


Getting water in the tail pipe is a good sign as the engine will always have moisture when not running. Water on spark plugs is a bad sign as there may be a leak from a cracked cylinder head which is then a major job, the car should be running erratically or will stop.



To check if this is the case take out the oil dipstick and see if the oil is light brown instead of black then you have a problem as mentioned so needs major overall to the engine.

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My mazda etude is having water in one of the spark plugs


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Can be a real mess. Just how much water? Puddle or sunk in a lake. If it was lots of water, I would drain the fluids, (oil, trans, etc), refill. Pull the spark plugs out and tunr the motor using the starter. Put a towel over the holes to minimize spraying stuff everywhere. Spray some WD40 into the spark plug holes and replace spark plugs, Hopefully things will be okay after that. May have bent a connecting rod, damaged electrical components, etc. Good luck

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Water / coolant coming from a spark plug hole is not good. However since you have a rotary engine, the probale cause is an o-ring that has gone bad. The older rotary engines were notorious for the o-rings going out. The o-rings seal the combustion, oil and coolant passages. The engine will need to be resealed. Hope this helps.
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After washing engine bay with water car wont start has no spark


The water leaks down into the spark plug holes. Remove the coil packs and spark plug wires, and sop up all the water in the spark plug hole. Leave the plugs in so water does not get into the engine. dry out the wires with an air gun, or just let dry. when everything is totally dry, put everything together and start.

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