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Old 02-24-2013, 12:20 PM
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broke the spark plugs

Well I broke cylinders 4&8 sparks. I have the lisle tool but its not working for me. Should I just give up and let ford do it?
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Well I got the lisle tool to work and got the broken pieces out. Now the 2 plugs where I used the tool don't seem to tighten very well
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