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Do you just pull on the spark plug wires to get them off the spark plug?I seem to be having a tough time removing them. Help.

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Some cars have ht leads and others have the ignition coil directly on the plug.
the ht lead type should just pull off, ignition coils type need to be unbolted. if it look just like a rubber cover over the plug it is ht type.
Hope this helps

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