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Old 06-28-2012, 06:57 PM
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Those plug's condition look pretty bad, all in all. The photos are clear enough, but it's the electrode and ground strap and the porcelain that has the info; it helps to be able to see down inside the end of the plug- but in this case it's really not necessary.
I was actually trying to get the camera to focus on the electrodes, but just didn't work out that way.




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I'd say considering how well the compression test went, that it may be the guides passing oil.
I had to look up the procedure for replacing them. That's machine shop duty. Or will replacing the seals take care of this?




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Is there one side of the plugs that is fouled more or has heavier deposits?
I'd say the passenger-side seems to have more fouling/deposits.




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The one plug that looks most normal is the top right (circled).
Thank you for pointing that one out. Now I have something to compare against in the future.




I want to get an opinion: I am thinking of cleaning these plugs off thoroughly and using them one last time just to see where the oil/deposits end up. Or do they look just too far gone?
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