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Wet plugs can be from 2 things -- excess fuel ==faulty injectors==excessive fuel pressure in manifold==faulty ECM and 2 excesive oil by passing the rings. have the fault codes read to find faults in the control systems sensors and have a compression test done to determine engine condition. That will also show if the wet plugs is from a cooling leakage problem
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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