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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If indeed all your plugs are drenched in oil when removed, it could be one of two things: Your piston oil rings have failed and oil is leaking heavily past them into the combustion chamber where your plugs are located, or you have a crack in the engine block and oil is escaping through it into all the cylinders. Either the piston rings need to be replaced, or, if it's the crack in the block, the engine must be replaced or overhauled. It's doubtful that all the piston rings would fail at the same time unless you never changed oil or ran the car with low oil.
Posted on Apr 06, 2013
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