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Change the spark plugs

I can not find a spark plugs tool to change the spark plug of my 1999 mitsubishi galant 1.8 GDI 4G93 engine. Any univelsal tool not get in the spark plug hole, as the hole on the engine is very thin.

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  • panayiotista Jun 02, 2009

    Dear blueberry78 thanks for your answer .

    I alredy try with a special tool as you mention above but can not reach the spark plug the hole is smoller than the tool. I look for the thinest one. Is thare any specific one?



    thanks

    Panayiotis

  • Håkan Sterner May 11, 2010

    What do you mean by "universal tool"? Have you tried with a spark plug socket?





    If not, spark plugs typically need to be changed by a special tool, a long thin socket
    with rubber inlay at the top of the socket to protect the plug and hold it in the socket. Usually they have a handle
    that looks like a 'T', they are available at any auto parts store.





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You need a special socket for your car. its deep socket with thin wall. what i did was to bring my socket to a machine shop and made my tool thinner

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