Question about 1991 Toyota 4Runner
I have tried an easy out, heat, penatrating fluid. I brought it in to have it repaired they said They would have to remove the head and have it drilled out. It would cost about $1000.00. Any sugestions for removal.
A REALLY good engine mechanic can get the plug out, without removing the head; but he REALLY needs to be a really good tech.
What he needs to do is drill out the old plug, increase the size of the spark plug thread hole, and the insert as "heli-coil" to remake the original threads up. The rub here is that when he drills tout the old plug, metal particles will get into the piston area... Only a really good tech can bypass this. If you can't find a guy, the head will have to be pulled.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Bring it to me and ill do it and show you how much of a rip-off shops are
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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