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Part keeps popping up from engine?

I drive a 91 Honda Accord. On the top of the engine there are 4 (not sure what they are called) i wanna say like rods. One of them keeps popping out. Not too sure if I am of much help. Tried looking at diagrams for the part name (couldn't find a clear one on the internet). The part sits in like a hole, has like a cap on it and is attached to a wire. (Probably not much more help haha).

Anywho, my boyfriend says that there is like an air pocket in the hole...not too sure what that means (not too familiar with cars). If anyone can help (or even know what the name of the part is) it would be very appreciated :) Thanks in advance!

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  • calichick827 Apr 09, 2010

    I forgot to add that there was oil...or some sort of fluid inside of the holes?

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It sounds like you are describing a spark plug wire and the spark plug is inside the hole the plugs and wires should be changed about every 25,000-30,000 miles it helps the engine run more smoothly and economically.

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