This is a real shot, what are the chances I pull in the garage and shut it off and it's exactly at 100K miles?
I would/should have changed my plugs at 50K miles if I would have known. I have never had a vehicle with plugs that looked this bad at 100K miles. I replaced them with OEM Champion plugs. I might have picked a different brand if I would have pulled the old ones out first. Here's #2,4 and 6 next to the new ones.
Look at CLY 5's plug (next to another random old one), electrode is worn almost all the way off, it's actually still there but nearly flush. I don't know how it wasn't throwing a code, running rough/misfiring.
I did clean my injectors while I had it all apart, not just for the sake of cleaning, although I am glad I did cause they were in fact very dirty, but I pulled them because injector #6 was stuck open.
Long story short it threw codes P0306, P0206 and P219B.
I moved coil 6 to 1, cleared codes, a few miles later same codes appeared again.
I replaced injector #6 and cleaned the rest of them - they were pretty dirty. I will snap a picture of the bad one later.
So odd I never got a P0305 code...