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Spark plugs how do you remove the back thee plugs ? coil is too long fire wall is in the way.

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Remove the coils.

Posted on Jul 17, 2013

Testimonial: "i cant they are too long and the firewall is covering them."

  • chuck Jul 17, 2013

    firewall in the way cant pull them out

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