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92 toyota camry the o ring gaskets were replaced because oil was in the spark plug area. the spark plugs were replaced. it ran perfect at first then started missing again.

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92 toyota camry running like on only 3 spark plugs instead of 4, oil getting on spark plugs on the passenger side seeing like black shut on the inside of hood on passenger side


Stop the oil leak. There are gaskets and seals for wherever it's leaking. Valve cover gaskets or seals on the cover if the plugs are recessed. Is the black stuff oil that gets splattered up there?
Spark plugs can keep firing even with oil around the base, but the cleaner the better. A clean engine runs a whole lot better and cooler than one caked in oil. Just don't try to pressure wash it or you'll have worse problems.
It would help you if you could isolate a non firing cylinder, find the one that's missing, I mean. There is a way to find a miss on a running engine by isolating a cylinder that doesn't drop idle speed when the plug wire to that cylinder is removed. But please have someone do it that has done it before. They will know what spark shock means, and how to avoid or mitigate it, or anticipate it-lol. Thatsa lotta voltage!
If you pull the spark plugs out, may help you find the bad cylinder: one will look quite different, may be all black and soot covered on the bottom that is inside the cylinder. Good firing spark plugs will have a tan or brown appearance down at the bottom, with very little deposits on them. (and if black and oily looking and wet, you have likely worn piston rings letting oil burn in there.) So if you could find the miss, it will help you a lot. Maybe you need a tune-up, after looking at your plugs-are they worn down real bad?
Lots of causes for a miss: ignition (plugs, wires, rotor, distributor cap, coil even), gas related (if multiport injection, possibly an injector problem) , and also an internal mechanical problem affecting that cylinder (like a bad sealing valve, a head gasket leak: do a compression test to check for that).
I hope I have helped you in some small way. Good luck.

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I got a 1994 toyota camry V6. When i change the spark plugs I notice that the spark plugs where fill with engine oil


common for the well around the plugs to fill with oil.ensure the gasket fot the cam cover is correctly tightened using the correct sealing compound/gasket(both).if its just a small amount leave it alone.it wont hurt.

Jan 10, 2011 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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1992 camry 2.0 3f-fe oil is leaking into spark plug leads, is this likely the gasket seal? where could i have diagram? thanks


the valve cover has to be removed, there are o-rings that will come with a new cover gasket that need to be replaced-dealer gaskets fit better.

Jan 04, 2011 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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How to fix a front leaky oil seal in a 1995 Toyota Camry LE


Three seals to check. easiest is the valve cover seal. Number and remove the 4 wires going into your spark plugs. remove 4 nuts holding the cover and replace seal.
Next easiest is the distributor O-ring. Remove air filter assembly remove the distributor cap, then the distributor. With the valve cover still off, loosen the 2 bolts that clamp the distributor down. Remove the 2 terminal leads going into the distributor (4 wire terminal/2 wire terminal) Mark the case of the distributor and the case of the head with one line so you can line it back up on reinstallation. remove the 3 bolts holding the distributor down. Replace O-ring. replace distributor, align, tighten the 2 bolts, then tighten the 3 bolts. replace terminal wiring and cap. replace air filter assembly. Replace valve cover with new gasket. Place spark plug wires back into their proper places. The last one is the oil pan gasket. Drain all oil and remove all blots holding the pan. drop the pan and replace the gasket. Put it all back into place. Do not over tighten the pan bolts as this will cause the gasket to deform, making it leak again.

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I have a 92 Honda Accord, what causes oil around the spark plug. and how do I fix it. Would it also mke the vehicle run bad?


1. Worn or broken rings on that cylinder
2. Valve guides or seals worn on that cylinder
3. To fix the rings you will have to remove the head and sump (Remove the motor from the car if you cannot remove the sump with it in the car)
4. Yes it will make your car run bad

Jul 09, 2010 | 1992 Honda Accord

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Dark spurkplugs, fail


Sounds like you have a bad oil leak....replace your valve cover gaskets...And make sure you replace the three rings, that cover the spark plug tubes, because thats where they are leaking from.. an thats how the oil gets down in there...Now worst case scenario, it maybe blow-by from the piston rings...But thats probaly not the case...Goodluck...

Mar 02, 2010 | 1993 Toyota Camry V6

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Oil getting into the cylinder where sparks plugs go on my 1996 toyota camry. pull plugs out and oil all over the several of the plugs what can i do?


You might have a valve cover gasket leaking down onto the plugs. (If this is what you are describing?)
If it's getting on the part of the plug that goes into the engine, you might have worn rings, and compression test will test that.
Also, look into the crankcase vent system to see it it's plugged.
And look to see if you have oil in your air filter chamber, this is a sign of wearing out.

Dec 12, 2009 | 1996 Toyota Camry

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Toyota Camry 1993 vibration during driving position


So you're saying it starts to shake as soon as you put it in gear? If so, you probably have a dead spark plug or plug wire, or disconnected plug wire. It could be something more serious. Head gasket, cam shaft, timing chain. Try the plugs and wires first, and go from there.

Apr 28, 2009 | 1993 Toyota Camry V6

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Spark plug seal replacement


toyota genuine part number is 11193-70010 6pcs for your car you have to buy and open the cylinder head cover and replace all the gaskets on right and left side

Jul 14, 2008 | 1997 Toyota Camry

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