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It appears the threaded portion of the body has broken away from the body itself. The split would have occurred at the point where the image below points to as "spark plug gasket". This could have been done by over tightening the spark plug. The insulator has pulled out from the body and the threads are stuck in the head. You'll need to remove the threads ...


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Here's the breakdown of the power distribution from Fuse #6. You have a roof console unit, keyless receiver unit (George may be on to something), handsfree control unit, and some other gizmos which might be "smart" and cause the kind of pulsating timed loads you describe. An active key in the vicinity might cause such a thing. The key is "waking up" the ...


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Sorry you're having such a hard time. This should be pretty simple. Just drain the oil. Fill it back to the recommended level and then run it. You'll have some slight after effects, but it should be fine. It isn't good to run your engine with extra oil (especially not double the amount). It can cause damage to an extent, but I doubt there's any serious ...


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