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Plug boot is still coming off

What are possible reasons 4 the 1st and 3rd plug boot coming off of the plugs.? Not when idleing but when driving. Some signs of oil in cylender though it is mininmal.

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Ae the spark plugs tight in the cylinder head? check them.

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