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The top of my spark plug is getting wet with coolant

Coolant is wetting my number 8 spark plug

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Sounds like you may have a bad head gasket you will need to take it in for repair.

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These engines have a intake fail issue, the upper intake will not can, but will leak, when it dose it sends coolant down the intake and wets the spark plugs. Crank the engine over a few times before doing this.


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