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so i noticed I've got some old coolant/ sludge pooled up around my spark plugs when i went to change them today, from what i've read so far i should start by blasting it with some air then clean the rest out before i take the plugs out? also can this be done with the engine warm or should it be completely cool?

in the past few days i've fixed my cracked intake(source of pooled coolant) & brake booster then after cylinders 1, 3, &8 were missfiring i had my slight heart attack i replaced my coil packs, wires, and went to change my plugs then decided to use the search first.... while I'm at it i think i'll change the fuel filter. any suggestions on some things i should do while i'm on a roll, i just got an oil change about 300miles ago

EDIT: Also i fixed the missfire, i had started wiping off the years of dirt and grime and undoing and checking all the electrical connections.... vuala, all better. i'll be better cleaning and greasing them tommarrow
 
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