I have a 2009 subaru forester that hasn’t moved in over a year. In such cases, it is often a good idea to squirt some light engine oil through the spark plug holes and let sit for a couple of hours to soak through between the rings and cylinder walls to prevent a broken ring when finally re-starting.
Problem is, I just saw what it takes to remove the spark plugs and things look mighty tight. I don’t know if can maneuver an oiling can to make sure the whole circumference of the piston/wall interface is covered with oil so it can soak through-no room to rotate the oiling can. It doesn’t have to be engine oil, just a small dab of 3 in 1 or some other light oil will be fine.
Any ideas of a tool or setup I can use to squirt some oil around the circumference of the piston so I don’t break a ring when starting back up?