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#2 misfire, changing plugs and have oil in #2 cylinder. Could that be head gasket?

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No your #2 rings bad allowing oil to by pass cylinder filing plug auto stors sell an adapter for your spark plug that will let plug last a lil longer or have shop replace rings

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