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    Spark Plugs on 2004 GTX

    The last couple of times that I have changed my spark plugs on my ski I have oil on the threads of the plugs and down inside the tubes that go over the ends of the plugs. Was curious what would be causing this and how can I go about fixing this problem? Thanks


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    There is a seal on each plug socket that keeps the oil out of the spark plug area. That seal has broken..

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    Thanks I will get those replaced. Thanks again

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    It's fairly easy and quick fix. If you can look at a service manual its something you can doo yourself and save some $$$

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