Question about 1997 Subaru Legacy
We had three spark plugs changed. the 4th one could not be changed beacause the garge said it was placed in wrong and the head gasket needed to be removed in order to get to it. the car ran fine untill the three were replace and the 4th not the tech said the plug was fused in . i just want to know if this is the only way to remove it and possiobly the reason for the car missing on the cylinder as it is driving?
Could be the reason for your skipping, and no thats not the only way to do it. that is the most correct way to do it, sometomes you can pull the spark plug out and re-thread the hole. be sure to keep a small magnet around to catch the shavings as you dont want to many of these getting in your engine- either way it is not a fun job. hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on May 20, 2009
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