Question about 1997 GMC Safari
The battery went completely dead ,replaced it. replaced 6 spark plugs.the
#6 plug well had oil in it.was giving a code P1573 which is TPS
If you have oil in your plugs you need to really look at the rings and make sure that they are not broke or the rings are not stuck . Oil on the plugs is a bad sign. also make sure that the oil pressure is not really high. If the oil pressure is to high you can be forcing oil out into the spark plugs which will cause you to start fouling plugs and the engine running very hard
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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