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When pulling my spark plugs yesterday I found there is oil in all 3 front plugs. Why would that be, and what should I do about it? Can I put new plugs in? Or should I wait until I get the issue fixed first? Here's all the plugs currently....
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After putting a different coil on, and new plugs, a few miles down the road my check engine light began flashing. Codes were 306 and 351 I believe. Was misfire on 6 and ignition coil A.
 

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I didn't. I actually changed the cop completely on cyl 1 and 6 and so far, no misfires. So I'm assuming the first set I tried were bad.. I'll know for sure when I do a few Doordashes and get to drive it a little more
 
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