WATER IN THE SPARK PLUG CAVITIES
I had a rough running 32 valve V8 in a 2000 Continental. I read the code and got a misfiring #2 plug code. I pulled the coil and the spark plug boot was wet with what appeared to be clear water. I really didn't pay much attention to the water and switched coils with #3. Ran fine until the next day. I expected a code for #3 misfiring and it was #1 and #2. I pulled the coils and the plugs were wet on top again. It didn't appear to be anti freeze. I can't find where the water is coming from. Engine has very green mix in radiator and water on the plugs appears to be clear. This is really off the wall. Have you ever seen this before?
July 26, 2007.
July 26, 2007.
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