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I;m trying to change the sparkplugs,how do you pop out those tubes that the plugs go in to,i;ve treid everything but they won;t come out.thanks

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If the boots are stuck on the spark plugs you really can't do much more then just pull and twist them from side to side. When you get them off there is a lubricant that you can get at an auto parts store that you put inside the spark plug boots that will help prevent you from having this problem again.

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