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I have oil going into my exhaust and my sparkplugs are covered in oil

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POSSIBLE CAUSES FOR OIL COMING OUT EXHAUST GETTING ON SPARK PLUGS IS WORN PISTON RINGS, WORN VALVE SEALS AND VALVE GUIDES.

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