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    bigdnno, is there a specific way your checking ur plugs?

    Im going to check my plugs in the morning and see if there wet with gasoline, i get coldstart misfires, and im pretty sure its injectors leaking overnight. But im guessing this is the standard way to check.

    Going to dealer mine soon, since every morning i get misfires and stumbles...
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    I just pull them out 1 by 1. I put the plug back in before I pull the next one. My plugs were brand new so it was easy to tell which injector was bad. White/grey on the plugs is normal black is bad and wet is sure sign if the car has been sitting all night.
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    gotcha..ill update in the AM...
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