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Hello guys, Please help, we have a Suzuki Vitara 16 Valve, and think the spark plugs need changing, however a 10mm socket will not fit, do we need to try a 8mm or are we doing something wrong and need to try something else? Vicki

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  • vcoultrip Dec 29, 2008

    5/8 is that 15mm? We have tried a 10mm but that doesnt fit, it is too big.

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The spark plug socket should be a 5/8 on that vehicle if you are using NGK plugs. Good Luck

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