Oil in one spark plug on 1999 Plymouth Breeze

Oil in one spark plug I replace the cover gaskets twice And it's still leaking from that same one Any ideas ?? Thanks

by in Newton Center, MA on April 05, 2013
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4 answers 7 comments
ANSWER by , April 05, 2013
Did you correctly install the four spark plug tube seals, on cleaned tubes, as well when valve cover gasket was installed?
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
Yeah everything is installed right The first time I change them. There were 3 spark plugs leaking Now it's only this one giving me the trouble for the last two times Thanks again for all your help
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
Try a little rtv sealant along with the seal.
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
I was gonna try that next Would it be the PCV ? I'm not sure what that is Thanks
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
Sounds like the seal just aint doing it's job. Positive Crankcase Ventilation (pcv) valve will not cause your problem!!
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
Ok cool ill try that Alot of people were trying to tell me it's inside the engine before I can't see it being that
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
Just seal up everything good and your problem is fixed!
COMMENT by , April 08, 2013
Okay thanks so much !!
ANSWER by , June 02, 2013
it means that you are getting a blow by in one of your piston rings. It either needs to be replaced or repossitioned. There are two rings around every piston and the opening should be opposite from the other
ANSWER by , April 05, 2013
You should really take this vehicle in to be checked out. Without seeing the vehicle first idea would be valve cover gasket, but a blocked PCV could also cause that problem. These can be diagnosed.
ANSWER by , September 15, 2013
the valve cover gasket needs to be replaced. You know where you put your spark plugs, there are 4 individual seals for each of the ports the spark plugs go to under the cover. If that isn't it then you have a blow by issue, meaning the oil is getting passed the piston rings