I noticed that inside each cyclinder where I insert the socket, there is a good amount of oil. I resumed anyways, checked over my old spark plugs, and they appear to have just normal wear. I've got a chart that says basically "if your used plug looks like this, you have this problem". Well, it looked like the regularly worn plug.
So I continued, and installed the new "Platinum +2" plugs anyways. Changed the distributor cap and rotor too.
When I start the car, it starts really quickly. My old plugs hesitated just a little bit. Acceleration and all is really smooth. So is there anything wrong with that oil in there? The first two times I started the car, there was a little cloud of smoke. But then it looked very clean, no smoke. I assume this is maybe some oil that made it into the combustion chamber from when I removed the old plug. Regardless, it runs really clean now.
Am I asking for a disaster or something, with that oil in there?