Question about 1987 GMC Safari
Get a spark plug socket with the hex head on the top. Put it on the plug and use a wrench to turn it. You should purchase a deep 5/8" spark plug socket. Those are a pain you know where! Try not to let the plug wires sit on the exhaust manifold either or your will be replacing them again soon.
Good luck .....Scott
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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