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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spark plugs
The spark plugs are probably wet with petrol, rather than oil.
This happens because they are not firing, and the petrol is not being burnt.
This is mostly likely caused by a faulty ignition system.
Does the car start at all? Does it run roughly?
Posted on May 24, 2009
Try drying out the spark plugs. If the car starts after that, then you might have a leaky fuel injector. In my opinion, I think they're wet only because you probably were cranking it alot trying to start the car. I would change out the CAS (crank angle sensor) and see if she runs, as the majority of "not starting" cars I worked on was due to this. Hope this helped!
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
Sounds like a leaking pressure regulator, since one bad injector would only flood one cylinder.
Is it always getting spark to the plugs ? Keep in mind, once the plugs are fuel fouled they are easily fouled again.
Posted on Jun 14, 2015
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