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Hi , my 1995 toyota camry LE # 4 spark plug is black and oiled and the oil in the pan seems to be mixed with gas and i had a hard time to start it up and when it starts the egine vibrate with a strange noise what could it be .thanks

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Valves )??most likely do a compression test

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