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I have oil coming out of one of the spark plugs on the left side of my motor what do i do?

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It is probably the grommet between the valve coner and the spark plug tube you will have to remove the plenum and the plug wires to remove the valve cover to change the grommet and should do all six and check or change the plugs esp the oily one

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