Question about 1998 Saturn SL
Sounds like stuck lifters....check oil and make sure that it is filled to full and make sure the color is good (not dark/black)....unfortunately lifters are pretty expensive new...but before you go replacing them know that this is pretty common...have a mechanic make sure though...as far as the oil in the spark plug ports.....that would be your valve cover gasket......easy fix.....50 bucks tops if you do it yourself.....which I highly recommend considering the ease of the job. Also check the spark plugs....chances are due to the oil you've had a couple misfires depending on bad your oil is leaking and they may be damaged....if so replace them
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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