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Old 05-10-2008, 05:53 PM
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Spark plug disaster!!!

Prt of reamost sparkplug broke offin cylinder on passenger side; got seven of eight in successfully. Need instructions on taking right cy head off; local dealer has bad rep on repairs, and i'm fairly handy with tools. Any help, aweb site, manual I could buy. THANKS
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If i am not mistaken you have to lift the body off of the frame or pull the motor to get the head off. I will check the manual to be sure.
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If i am not mistaken you have to lift the body off of the frame or pull the motor to get the head off. I will check the manual to be sure.
Holy Bat****, are you frickin' SERIOUS?!? While I'm glad I have the redesigned heads and 1-piece plugs, I can't believe that!
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There is a tool that is designed to remove broken spark plugs on the 3V 5.4. without removing the cylinder head. Buying the tool might be cheaper and faster than the cost of removing the head.
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The tool is a “Rotunda 303-1203 Broken Separated Spark Plug Removal Tool” it can be found on ebay or at http://www.denlorstools.com/home/dt1/page_13119_520/rotunda_303_1203_broken_separated_spark_plug_remov .html
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