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There is oil on spark plugs...will that stop the car from turning over?

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No, it shouldn't stop the car from turning over, but it might prevent the car from starting with fouled plugs. Where did the oil come from? Are the plugs deep down inside a well in the rocker cover? The seals often go bad and the plugs will be soaked in oil on the outside, but should not go inside. If the oil is coming from inside the engine, then you have a serious problem. Find out where it is exactly and take the next step when you find out. Bad rings or valve seals will allow oil to leak in and usually burn off, does it smoke? Blue? Check it out, Hope this helps.

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