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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-11-2013, 01:11 AM Thread Starter
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Cylinder Question

I was changing the spark plugs and doing so I looked into each cylinder after I pulled the spark plug. As doing so on cylinder one had a wet look to it. Clyinders two, three & four were all dry. All spark plugs that came out were dry. They looked light white/black burn to them. Should I be worried about cylinder one?

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If it looks like water I would dry it out. I had a coil pack with a bad seal on it a while back and after I finished washing my car/engine bay water went into cylinder 2 and caused misfiring. All I did was roll up a paper towel and dry it out and buy all new spark plugs. No problems since. But definitely look into it.
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Do you mean inside the chamber itself or around where the plug seats? Did you take a sample? It might just have been the last cylinder to receive gas before it stopped if you meant inside the chamber. Or heaven forbid that it would be coolant leaking in from a cracked head gasket.(But this would cause misfire on start-up)

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I don't think its a big deal. If your head gasket was blown and coolant smell would be obvious. If gas, as coby said it probably was the last cylinder to get gas once it was turned off

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