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Is there a special way to remove tahoe spark plugs

Hard to pull wire off of spark plug

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Try turning the wire when pulling go easy not to break the wire go luck pierre

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Do i need a special tool to remove sparkplugs for chevy tahoe 2002

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How to change spark plugs

This is a pretty straight forward job though I cant recall if you need to do anything special to reach some of the plugs.
You may need a tool to pull the boot off of the plugs. Now is a good time to go ahead and change the plug wires. If the plug wires stick to the plugs hard enough they could break during removal.
You will need various length of extensions and a special socket for the plugs to help prevent breaking them. Experienced mechanics often do it with a regular deep socket but better safe then sorry.
unplug the wires from the spark plugs makeing sure to keep them in a logical order because they have to go back in the same spot they came out from. If you are worried about messing up here then just do one at a time.
Unhook the spark plug wire from the plug. remove the plug. check the gap(these days I notice that most of the new plugs are already gapped to the right spec. but it doesnt hurt to double check) on the new plug. Carefully thread the new plug in and tighten it up. plug the spark plug wire onto the new plug. Move to the next plug, rinse and repeat.

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Stupid question. How to replace spark plugs on a 2003 chevy tahoe? I just want to make sure that I don't do anything wrong before attempting to do the work.

Hello, one of the main mistakes a lot of people make is pulling off all of the plug wires at once. Do them one at a time, remove that plug and replace the wire before moving on to the next plug. Grab the spark plug wire boot, not the wire and give it a slight twist to loosen it. I always start the new spark plug by hand to avoid cross threading. Once the plug is tightened, make sure the spark plug wire is fastened securely. I hope this helps.

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