It's tricky, but can be done with a little elbow grease. Check the end of the thread for a little tutorial,
You can try twisting them on the plug to break the seal. Sometimes it is impossible and you need to replace the wires.
replace valve cover gasket. there are 4 small rings that seal the plug ports. this keeps oil out of the spark plug port.
IF YOU MEAN THE OIL IS DOWN IN THE SPARK PLUG TUBE. THERE IS A SEAL THAT IS IN THE VALVE COVER THAT GOES AROUND THE TOP OF THE SPARK PLUG TUBE, THEY GET HARD AND START TO LEAK INTO THE TUBES AFTER A WHILE. YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE VALVE COVER TO REPLACE THEM.
Take the dipstick tube with you to the auto parts store, and see if they can match you up with one.
you can see if its leaking if you have the spark plug in tight and then fill up the spark plug tube with gas and see if it leaks out if it doesn't its still leaking from the top one
They seal oil/water/dirt out of the plug tube.
How do you replace spart plug tube seal of Honda accord LX 1994?
The oil drain plug seal is located on the oil drain plug itseft. So Next time you have your oil change. Since the oil drain plug is going to be out to drain oil then replace the seal with a new one. The seal goes right on the plug itseft. easy job.
Twist boot then pull, this will break the seal from the plug.
There is current leak. Find the leak and seal it.
For Hemi heads where the spark plugs are in the top of the head and there is a tube in the valve cover where the tube meets the head is the tube seal. It is basically an O ring.
leaking spark plug wires can do it and also a clogged fuel filter. it could have a bad spark plug or a bad spark plug wire a bad coil pack or ecsesive oil leaking past the valve seal and its fouling a plug
usually the valve cover gasket and the oil seals on the top of the cover,replace gasket and the also the distributor seal
A transmission fluid leak means that the plug may need to be replace, or the seal or gasket may need to be replace. As it could be caused by a work seal, or gasket, or a loose plug.
Oil on the top of the plug would be do to a gasket or seal failure. Oil on the bottom of the plug would be do to a serious internal engine failure.
Failed seal under the valve cover on top of the plug tube.
spark plug maybe is wet with oil because your valve cover seal is bad.
Most of the time they look like a small rubber o-ring or doughnut.
under air intake resonator, plug are covered by ignition coils, one per plug. Coil seal will need replacing if damaged during removal.
The seal on the top of the plug tubes are leaking. You need to change the valve cover gasket and plug tube seals.
Assuming you have the proper replacement plugs, a deep socket wrench and the round spark plug gap gauge you are ready. Remove one spark plug wire by gently rotating the cap on the spark plug to break the seal and remove it carefully. Check the gap on the new plug and adjust if not properly preset. The owner's manual has the gap listed as well as the autoparts store. Loosen the plug and replace one by one putting the wire back and pressing it into place until you feel a little snap. Be careful not to get the socket wrench off center as you tighten or you can crack the ceramic of the plug. Follow the directions in the box as to how tight. Look at the web site of the plug manufacturer for more info.
In all probability, oil enter the spark plugs due to the following reasons, (1) worn Piston rings and (2) worn Valve seal. In such a case, your car is harder to start since the combustion needed is not satisfied. Have your piston combustion be tested. If it is getting on the top of of the plug, replace the valve cover and plug tube seals/gaskets.
NO I just had this issue with our 2003 you need to change the valve cover gasket because the seal that seals of the oil to the wells is worn its a good idea to replace the plugs and wires also
center of engine behind frame rail under seat remove black wire with rubber seal and there it is
If I'm not mistaken it sounds like you've blown a water seal! Overheated?