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Have rcannot remove sparkplug tops on2004 corolla

Have removed and replaced 2sparkplugs but 2 sparkplug top bakelite s will not withdraw answer please

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Try tightening a hair and then loosening,but be careful not to snap the plug,make sure you have a tight snug fit on it

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SOURCE: I am replaceing the starter

Hello,

To replace the starter of a 1998 toyota corolla, please follow the steps below:

  1. Remove the key from the ignition, and remove the battery, do not attempt this with the battery in car.
  2. Remove the battery and tray.
  3. Look to the rear of the engine, You'll see the top of the starter, loosen and remove the 14mm bolt/nut holding it down below,
  4. Drain the radiator and remove the lower radiator hose. This will let You squeeze the starter around the AC line,
  5. Then install the new starter, the one bolt You removed from the bottom, screw the last 14mm bolt on the starter into the transmission loosely,
  6. Go up top, reinstall the top bolt, tighten this firmly but not all the way,
  7. Go below, tighten the bottom bolt to final spec.
  8. Reattach all the wires, make sure the trigger wire is snapped in fully.
  9. Go up top, firmly firmly tighten to spec the top bolt,
  10. Reinstall everything You removed up top the below,
  11. Reinstall the battery and make sure the ignition is off while doing this,
  12. Hook up battery and ensure every thing that was loosened has been installed back on.
  13. Then You crank it to see if it will start.
Hope this helped. Thank You for using FixYa!!!

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To replace the starter of a 1998 toyota corolla, please follow the steps below:
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