Question about 1997 Jaguar XJ6
I`VE NOTICED THAT THERE IS OIL DOWN AROUND ALL OF THE SPARKPLUGS.DO YOU HAVE TO DRAIN THE OIL IN ORDER TO CHANGE THE SPARKPLUGS OR TO CHANGEOUT ONE OF THE INDIVIDUAL CYLINDER IGN COILS.WHAT ARE THE PROCEDURES FOR THESE 2 OPERATIONS
No you don't have to drain the oil, however if there is oil down where plugs are then that may be the reason for the misfire the oil blocking the spark or may actually be the cause of the coil going bad. You have another problem that needs to be taken care of if not you will have the same problem again soon. You need to change the oil seals in valve cover gasket and valve gasket to stop oil from getting on plugs.Good Luck and thanks for using FIX YA
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