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Have 2004 chrysler sebring when changed the spark plugs oil was in that that last cylinder located on the passenger side. What could be the problem a slow valve leak maybe.

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4cyl or v-6?? If this plug is closes to the oil refill cap, possibly oil from pouring oil into the motor and getting some on the valvecover and into the plug chamber. Otherwise, it maybe a leaking valvecover-plug chamber seal. If, you have leaky valve seals or headgasket you should have noticeable exhaust smoke due to the oil burning.

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Yes,you have a bad valve,It lost its seal and the oil is creaping through the ex.valve.Have your cyl.heads re-built.

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