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Yes, you heared right. It's definitly something to look for. Especially if you have never replaced your coils. It's the only thing we can think of that caused this. My coils have never been replaced in 250k. The coils show no signs of heat damage. That how I failed to detect a problem until I found an oily #3 coil.
I found this.



New OEM covers installed at $408 for the pair. OEMs come complete with tube seals and PCV (no VC gaskets or grommets). New Denso Coils on the way at $220 to try and prevent this from happening again.
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(I know this is an old thread) I noticed a somewhat similar thing happen to one of mine, forget which bank it was but this was while I was prepping it for paint. seeing it melted like that is pretty scary especially cause its aluminum, I would expect something like that from plastic but not this

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