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How do you remove the spark plug tubes to get at theplugs out,is their a special tool,it seems like something is holding them

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There are special tools for this but usually not needed as the tube is usually only stuck on from heat and twisting while pulling will get it off.

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4. Practice removing one of the easier spark plugs in the front.


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6. Clean the area around each spark plug tube using a hand towel, pressurized air canister, or both. This includes the spark plugs behind the intake manifold. This will be tough because you will have to work by hand, but it is important.


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