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Gas in spark plugs

Seems to be getting lots of gas in spark plugs are fouling out at about 300 miles. 4 cycl straight drive. when i go out to crank it for the first time of the day. it shakes ans sputters and it takes it severl cranks to get to going once it has idleed down a min or two. i have no other problems. Just changing spark plugs so often. anyone

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  • hill999 Jun 23, 2008

    I see no blue smoke. only have to add about a half pint of oil between oil changes.I only have 1 spark plug when I changed them that was oily. The rest were clean but very white on ends. You could smell the gas coming from spark plug whole. I asked for the spark plugs that would fit my car. I ve been buying the right ones. I just buy the cheat ones cause at about 500 miles my car will not go any further. I just had my coil/coil pack changed about 10,000 miles ago. My car has about 170,000 miles on it. What is the throttle body?

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Generally speaking it will be oil fowling plugs rather than fuel, but to do it that quickly you should be seeing lots of blue smoke and a sinking oil level. I have seen fuel fowl plugs but generally **** fuel. you should probably check the plugs are the correct ones for the car, all plugs have differing uses and just cause they fit dont make em right. you could also look at the condition of the rest of your ignition system ie condition of leads, coil/coil packs. Another thing you could check it the condition of the throttle body, looking for fuel colouring additive build up, or even wether it is set correctly (obviously a job for diagnostic tool).

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1993 Chevy s-10 has gas overloading spark plugs. It cranks, but has black smoke coming out.

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